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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Going on for 402 years from slave patrols just of whites to now, That's up next on our body politick right after the news. Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm. Several states have now resumed the use of the Johnson and Johnson Covad vaccine. Federal officials had called for a pause and distribution. To investigate reports of a rare blood clotting disorder. Doctor and shoe kit is with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She says they determined the benefits outweigh the low risks. Now people have three vaccines that we believe are safe and very effective. And can protect people from the virus that has been causing this. You'd better health care providers are to give recipients and updated fact sheet about the vaccine. To explain the rare blood clotting issues. Nearly 1/5 of a county sheriff's department in coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man last week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than giving the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love. One North Carolina's State Bureau of Investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Elizabeth City Authorities in Nashville are investigating a fatal pollution police shooting this weekend during a traffic stop chest. Sisk of member station W. P. Ellen has more body camera footage shows a one minute encounter in which a man emerges from a car that's been pulled over on a busy corridor. Within seconds. The officer pulls his pistol and orders the band to drop a kitchen knife. After briefly running away, the man turns toward the officer who fires three shots. Nashville police Chief John Drake alluded to the scrutiny being paid to such incidents. When I got the call this morning, I had mixed emotions, especially with all that. Went on around the nation and in this city to say even before the shooting activists had been planning demonstrations in Nashville there, spurred by the killings of a community activist in a three year old girl in the same area earlier this month. Those did not involve police officers for NPR news. I'm Chazz Sisk in Nashville for the first time, the U. S. Has characterized the killing and deportation of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire is genocide. President Biden used that word yesterday on Armenian Remembrance Day to recognize the events that began in 1915, where deliberate effort to wipe out Armenians. Previous presidents did not say genocide to avoid upsetting Turkey. This is NPR news. Former top adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has criticized the British later publicly for his lack of competence and integrity. Villa Marks reports from London Dominic Cummings help Boris Johnson win the last election and deliver Brexit He's now level the damaging list of allegations against his former boss. The latest accusations of both sort of growing scandal around the access businessmen have had two senior members of Johnson's government, including the prime minister himself. Villain marks reporting at least 23 people have died and dozens more were injured in a fire at a hospital treating Covad patients in Baghdad. BBC's Will Leonardo reports. The blaze was caused by an oxygen tank that exploded videos on social media showed chaos. And so the smoke filled corridors of the even cut Deep hospital in southern Baghdad, his patients and their families try to flee the building. An eyewitness said several ambulances. It arrived to take survivors to other facilities nearby. Medical sources from those hospitals said there were dozens of injuries. The blast was reportedly caused by problem the storage of oxygen cylinders, which has been set up to treat covert patients. Officials say 90 people were rescued from the hospital out of a total of 120 there at the time, and the fire has been extinguished. Will Leonardo of the BBC authority is an Indonesia now say it appears a missing submarine has sunk. And there's no hope of finding any crew members alive. There were 53 people on board the sub, including the commander of the Indonesian submarine fleet when it lost contact with authorities on Wednesday. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. 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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Also, he liked a battle. How will the death of Chad's president affect security in the Suhail? The fear in Western capitals is that terrorists will turn this entire region into a new Afghanistan or Syria on Dr vast numbers of refugees across the desert and into Europe. Washington and Beijing at odds on so many things, But on this issue, they've chosen to collaborate. Climate change experts in China and the U. S. That I've spoken to this week used more vivid term to describe it. They say the agreements a miracle. Well, that's on from our own correspondent with me Pascal Harta after this bulletin off BBC World News. Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm. Several states have now resumed the use of the Johnson and Johnson Covad vaccine. Federal officials had called for a pause and distribution. To investigate reports of a rare blood clotting disorder. Doctor and shoe kit is with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She says they determined the benefits outweigh the low risks. Now people have three vaccines that we believe are safe and very effective. And can protect people from the virus that has been causing his academic health care providers are to give recipients and updated fact sheet about the vaccine. To explain the rare blood clotting issues. Nearly 1/5 of a county sheriff's department in coastal North Carolina, has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man. Last week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than giving the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love. One North Carolina's State Bureau of Investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Elizabeth City Authorities in Nashville are investigating a fatal pollution police shooting this weekend during a traffic stop chest. Sisk of member station W. P. Ellen has more body camera footage shows a one minute encounter in which a man emerges from a car that's been pulled over on a busy corridor. Within seconds. The officer pulls his pistol and orders the band to drop a kitchen knife. After briefly running away, the man turns toward the officer who fires three shots. Nashville police Chief John Drake alluded to the scrutiny being paid to such incidents. When I got the call this morning, I had mixed emotions, especially with all that. Going on around the nation and in this city to say, and even before the shooting activists had been planning demonstrations in Nashville there, spurred by the killings of a community activist in a three year old girl in the same area earlier this month. Those did not involve police officers for NPR news. I'm Chazz Sisk in Nashville for the first time, the U. S. Has characterized the killing and deportation of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire is genocide. President Biden used that word yesterday on Armenian Remembrance Day to recognize the events that began in 1915, where a deliberate effort to wipe out Armenians Previous presidents did not say genocide to avoid upsetting Turkey. This is NPR news. Former top adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has criticized the British later publicly for his lack of competence and integrity. Villa Marks reports from London Dominic Cummings help Boris Johnson win the last election and deliver Brexit He's now level the damaging list of allegations against his former boss. The latest accusations of both sort of growing scandal around the access businessmen have had two senior members of Johnson's government, including the prime minister himself. Villain marks reporting at least 23 people have died and dozens more were injured in a fire at a hospital treating Covad patients in Baghdad. BBC's Will Leonardo reports. The blaze was caused by an oxygen tank that exploded videos on social media showed chaos inside the smoke filled corridors of the even her deep hospital in southern Baghdad. His patients and their families try to flee the building. An eyewitness said several ambulances that arrived to take survivors to other facilities nearby. Medical sources from those hospitals said there were dozens of injuries. The blast was reportedly caused by problem the storage of oxygen cylinders, which has been set up to treat covert patients. Officials say 90 people rescued from the hospital out of a total of 120 there at the time, and the fire has been extinguished. Will Leonardo of the BBC authority is an Indonesia now say it appears a missing submarine has sunk. And there's no hope of finding any crew members alive. Over 53 people on board the sub, including the commander of the Indonesian submarine fleet when it lost contact with authorities.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KCRW

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03:06 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KCRW

"To hit tomorrow Have a great one. Take care. Lie from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. Turkey says it entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. As NPR's Peter Kenyon reports it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. The U. S decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister Mevlut Jeff Soul who posted to Twitter that quote words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement, saying it was quote based on populism. White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago. Today, many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings were the first genocide of the 20th century. Successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Here's Lander. Lynn Bond reports. The small business Administration says the shuttered venue operators Grant reopens two applicants today. In a statement, Barb Carson from the SP's Office of Disaster Assistance, said they recognized the urgency to get the program up and running quote with the venue operators in danger of closing every day that passes by is a day these businesses cannot afford. Step back a bit. The shuttered venue operators grant was signed into law in December by President Trump. It established a program We're qualifying live event spaces hit hard about the pandemic could apply for relief money based on revenue lost. The S P A. And its vendors have been at work since the false start on April 8th making improvements to the process, including adding waiting room technology to address high interest in the program. Angelyne Bang NPR news. And the SP originally launched that plan earlier this month, but it canceled it after the website crashed..

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:50 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bad trip when we first showed the movie to Salzburg going yet the best review he goes, your movie is about showing the humanity and the beauty and the good Samaritan nature of black people and working class people stay with us more after these headlines. Life from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. Turkey says it entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. As NPR's Peter Kenyon reports it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. The U. S decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister Mevlut Jeff Soul who posted to Twitter that quote words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement, saying it was quote based on populism. White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today. Many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings were the first genocide of the 20th century. Successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon NPR news Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the greed and family worse, they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Here's Lander. Lynn Bond reports. The small business Administration says the shuttered venue operators Grant reopens two applicants today. In a statement, Barb Carson from the SP's Office of Disaster Assistance, said they recognized the urgency to get the program up and running. Quote with the venue operators in danger of closing every day that passes by is a day. These businesses cannot afford to step back a bit. The shuttered venue operators grant was signed into law in December by President Trump. Established a program. We're qualifying live event spaces hit hard above a pandemic could apply for relief money based on revenue lost. The S P A. And its vendors have been at work since the false start on April 8th making improvements to the process, including adding waiting room technology to address high interest in the program. Angelyne Bond. NPR news And the SP originally launched that plan earlier this month, but it canceled it after the website crashed. This is NPR. This is w N Y C. Good evening on my own, Levinson. Jersey Senator Bob Menendez wants the federal government to prioritize vaccines at the Fort Dix federal prison, where two inmates have died of covert 19. W N. Y. C is Karen. He reports. About half of the 2800 men incarcerated at Fort Dix have been vaccinated. But Menendez, along with the state's congressional delegation, says that's not enough for ticks had one of the worst covert 19 outbreaks in the federal prison system. Two thirds of its population have tested positive for the virus, and inmates have accused the Bureau of prisons of poor medical treatment and slack safety measures. A spokesman for the agency told W. N. Y C inoculations at Fort Dix began more than three months ago, but officials are not requiring inmates and staff to get the shot in fair turn, the only other federal prison in New Jersey where infections have been lower about 58% have been vaccinated. Film in theater producer Scott Rudin is resigning from the Broadway league as he faces allegations of decades of abusive and violent behavior. The Broadway League is the trade Association for theater owners and producers. Rudin has previously said he would be stepping back from a stage productions. His decisions follow a story in the Hollywood reporter containing accounts of throwing objects at employees and engaging an ongoing verbal abuse. And he has not denied the claims. Hundreds of theater workers marched down Broadway earlier this week calling for him to be removed from the Broadway.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Herbst. Turkey says it entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. The U. S decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister Mevlut Jeff, a soul who posted to Twitter that quote words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement, saying it was quote based on populism. White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago. Today, many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings with the first genocide of the 20th century, successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Here's Lander. Lynn Bond reports. The small business Administration says the shuttered venue operators Grant reopens two applicants today. In a statement, Barb Carson from the SP's Office of Disaster Assistance, said they recognized the urgency to get the program up and running. Quote with the venue operators in danger of closing every day that passes by is a day of these businesses cannot afford to step back a bit. The shuttered venue operators grant was signed into law in December by President Trump. Established a program. We're qualifying live event spaces hit hard about the pandemic could apply for relief money based on revenue lost. The S P A. And its vendors have been at work since the false start on April if making improvements to the process, including adding waiting room technology to address high interest in the program. Angelyne Bang NPR news. And the SP originally launched that plan earlier this month, but it canceled it after the website crashed. This is NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm terrorists. Tyler at this hour people are gathering at Washington Park and Alameda to protest police violence. This after the city announced it was opening up in an independent investigation into the death of a man who died in police custody on Monday. KQED Sarah Hussaini is there and joins US and First off, Sarah, Can you remind us of the circumstances behind the death of Mario Gonzales? I said yes. Alameda police take on solid, suffered an unspecified medical emergency after officers tried to place his hands behind his back, and he later died at a hospital. In statements. They've said there was a so called scuffle with officers and apart but the reasons for the attempted arrest for somewhat they. They said he appeared to be under the influence and was a suspect in a possible theft. Mario Gonzalez, whose family has said that that just doesn't jive with demanding knew he was Young father of four year old and a devoted caretaker to a 22 year old statistic, brother and they won't answer body camera footage, the names of the officers and an independent investigation and so what is going on there right now. Well, the market is just kicking off. Now People are starting to trickle in there, wearing black holding black lives matter signs on their here to remember him. They want to end up at the Alameda police station today. All right. Thank you so much, Sara. Thank you. That was KQED. Sarah Husseini and I'm terrorist Siler in Oakland. This is KQED news. Support comes from personal capital, helping people take control of their finances from home with financial tools and objective advice. Personal capital.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"In the work from home era. One of the guys behind that historic flight did it from his childhood bedroom. My mom used to say, You know, you don't ever make anything happen if you don't get out of bed to shave, and you'll never guess what this child actor is up to. Now, you meet someone, and they're like, Oh, you're dash. You could be like I just shot someone and they died And they'd be like cool. So like, did you meet Samuel Jackson? And that makes you feel like you don't have a lot of agency over your own life. It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. Turkey says it entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. As NPR's Peter Kenyon reports it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. The U. S decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister Mevlut Jeff Soul who posted to Twitter that quote words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement, saying it was quote based on populism. White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today. Many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings were the first genocide of the 20th century. Successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Of yours. Landry Lynn Bond reports. The small Business Administration says the shuttered venue operators Grant reopens two applicants today. In a statement, Barb Carson from the SP's Office of Disaster Assistance, said they recognized the urgency to get the program up and running. Quote with the venue operators in danger of closing every day that passes by is a day. These businesses cannot afford to step back a bit. The shuttered venue operators grant was signed into law in December by President Trump. It established a program. We're qualifying live event spaces hit hard above a pandemic could apply for relief money based on revenue lost. The S P A. And its vendors have been at work since the false start on April 8th making improvements to the process, including adding waiting room technology to address high interest in the program. Angelyne Bond. NPR news And the SP originally launched that plan earlier this month, but it canceled it after the website crashed. This is NPR. Indonesia's navy says the submarine that went missing this week off the coast of Valley has sunk to the sea bed and broken up. I'll 53 crew members are presumed dead. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports, officials say the discovery of debris has led to the conclusion that the sub is gone. Heart of a torpedo tube. Ah Greece bottle to lubricate the periscope pieces of prayer rugs, items retrieved by Indonesia's navy that it called authentic evidence that the submarine had fractured. The Navy chief says the German made both that failed to make contact during a torpedo drill Wednesday has been detected in waters 850 M deep, which is not survivable. The water pressure would be so intense the steal home could split. Why the sub would have plummeted is still unclear. The Navy speculated that cracks in the 1300 ton vessel may have opened up as the ship descended and said oxygen supplies would have likely run out by now. Underwater drones have been sent to search for the remains of the submarine that had patrolled Indonesia's waters under the motto Steadfast Till the end. Julie McCarthy. NPR news International Space station is now home to 11 astronauts after today's arrival of Space X is third crew capsule in less than a year. They came the four came about board a used vehicle for the first time. It's the biggest crowd up there. More than a decade, all of the astronauts from the U. S. Russia, Japan and France squeezed into camera view for a congratulatory call from leaders of their space agencies. The party won't last on Wednesday for astronauts will return to.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"It entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. As NPR's Peter Kenyon reports, it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. US decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister metallurgy Ebersole, who posted to Twitter that quote, words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement, saying it was quote based on populism. White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago. Today, many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings were the first genocide of the 20th century. Successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Here's Lander. Lynn Bond reports. The small business Administration says the shuttered venue operators Grant reopens two applicants today. In a statement, Barb Carson from the SP's Office of Disaster Assistance, said they recognized the urgency to get the program up and running quote with the venue operators in danger of closing every day that passes by is a day these businesses cannot afford. Step back a bit. The shuttered venue operators grant was signed into law in December by President Trump. It established a program We're qualifying live event spaces hit hard about the pandemic could apply for relief money based on revenue lost. The S P A. And its vendors have been at work since the false start on April 8th making improvements to the process, including adding waiting room technology to address high interest in the program. Angelyne Bond. NPR news And the SP originally launched that plan earlier this month, but it canceled it after the website crashed. This is NPR. Indonesia's navy says a submarine that went missing this week off the coast of Valley has sunk to the sea bed and broken up. I'll 53 crew members are presumed dead. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports, officials say the discovery of debris has led to the conclusion that the sub is gone. Part of a torpedo tube. Ah Greece bottle to lubricate the periscope pieces of prayer rugs, items retrieved by Indonesia's Navy that it called authentic evidence that the submarine had fractured. The Navy chief says the German made boat that failed to make contact during a torpedo drill Wednesday. Has been detected in waters. 850 M deep, which is not survivable. The water pressure would be so intense the steal home could split. Why the sub would have plummeted is still unclear. The Navy speculated that cracks in the 1300 ton vessel may have opened up as the ship descended and said oxygen supplies would have likely run out. By now. Underwater drones have been sent to search for the remains of the submarine that had patrolled Indonesia's waters under the motto Steadfast Till the end. Julie McCarthy. NPR news International Space station is now home to 11. Astronauts after today's arrival of Space X is third crew capsule. Unless than a year they came. The four came about board a used vehicle for the first time. It's the biggest crowd up there. More than a decade, all of the astronauts from the U. S. Russia, Japan and France squeezed into camera view for a congratulatory call from leaders of their space agencies. The party won't last on Wednesday for astronauts will return to Earth on Janine Herbst. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Carla It's Covic, whose.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"The petals of the bites on my God, that's dangerous. One of these people do it next up the moth radio, our true stories told before a live audience in this our stories of saving graces and the unexpected ways they find us and so I get like to know. And it's like a family can. No, I haven't no quake in the center of it, and I'm blowing it. You know, kids are flying by me. Kayaks with their eyebrows, shaved and head shaved flames on the boat and all that, and and I mean like the Titanic. And, uh, I'm up high and everybody on my no crate. So I so I scream. Is this moving that story and more coming up on the moth radio hour from P r X right after this? Life from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. Turkey says it entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. The U. S decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister Mevlut Jeff, the soul who posted to Twitter that quote, words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement saying it was quote based on populism. The White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today. Many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings with the first genocide of the 20th century. Successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon NPR news Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Here's Lander. Lynn Bond reports. The small business Administration says the shuttered venue operators Grant reopens two applicants today. In a statement, Barb Carson from the SP's Office of Disaster Assistance, said they recognized the urgency to get the program up and running. Quote with the venue operators in danger of closing every day that passes by is a day. These businesses cannot afford to step back a bit. The shuttered venue operators grant was signed into law in December by President Trump. It established a program where qualifying live event spaces hit hard above a pandemic could apply for relief money based on revenue lost. The S P A. And its vendors have been at work since the false start on April 8th. Making improvements to the process, including adding waiting room technology to address high interest in the program. Angelyne Bond NPR news And the SP originally launched that plan earlier this month that it canceled it after the website crashed. This is NPR. Indonesia's navy says a submarine that went missing this week off the coast of Valley has sunk to the sea bed and broken up. I'll 53 crew members are presumed dead. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports, officials say the discovery of debris has led to the conclusion that the sub is gone. Part of a torpedo tube. Ah Greece bottle to lubricate the periscope pieces of prayer rugs, items retrieved by Indonesia's navy that it called authentic evidence that the submarine had fractured. Navy chief says the German made boat that failed to make contact during a torpedo drill Wednesday has been detected in waters 850 M deep, which is not survivable. The water pressure would be so intense the steal home could split. Why the sub would have plummeted is still unclear. The Navy speculated that cracks in the 1300 ton vessel may have opened up as the ship descended and said oxygen supplies would have likely run out by now. Underwater drones have been sent to search for the remains of the submarine that had patrolled Indonesia's waters under the motto Steadfast Till the end. Julie McCarthy. NPR news International Space station is now home to 11 astronauts after today's arrival of Space X is third crew capsule in less than a year. They came the four came about board a used vehicle for the first time. It's the biggest crowd up there. More than a decade, all of the astronauts from the U. S. Russia, Japan and France squeezed into camera view for a congratulatory call from leaders of their space agencies. The party won't last on Wednesday for astronauts will return to Earth..

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WBUR

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"Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. Turkey says it entirely rejects President Biden's decision to recognize the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and World War one as genocide. As NPR's Peter Kenyon reports it was a swift response to Biden's announcement. The U. S decision has no legal basis, said the Foreign ministry. But Biden's decision reverses decades of past practice and marks a symbolic defeat for Turkey. Foreign Minister Mevlut Jeff, a soul who posted to Twitter that quote words cannot change history, adding the Turkey entirely rejects this statement saying it was quote based on populism. The White House statement says, in part that the American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today. Many historians say the 1915 deportations and killings with the first genocide of the 20th century. Successive Turkish governments have consistently rejected the term. Peter Kenyon NPR news Istanbul Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than giving the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love. One North Carolina's State Bureau of Investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Elizabeth City $16 Billion are now available for struggling music venues, theaters and other independent live event spaces. Of years..

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Today. The race came okay. I go to which I got my little bike, which is okay and I see people clipping the shoes into the petals of their bikes. And I want my God, That's dangerous. One of these people doing next step, the moth radio, our true stories told before a live audience in this our stories of saving graces and the unexpected ways they find us. So I get my Kano and it's like a family to know. I have a milk crate in the center of it, and I'm blowing it. You know, kids are flying by me. Kayaks with their eyebrows shaved and head shaved flames on the boat and all that, and I've been like the Titanic. And, uh I'm a pirate and everybody on my milk crate So I so I screen is this moving that story and more coming up on the moth radio hour from P r X right after this? Lie from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. President Biden has departed from several of his predecessors and fulfilled a campaign pledge today, formally recognizing the mass killing of Armenians beginning in 1915. As a genocide. The U. S has long avoided the term out of concern that it could further strained relations with Turkey. The temporary pause on Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine has been lifted. It's now available for use as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, The Food and Drug Administration had suspended the shots to examine reports of rare blood clots. CDC advisory panel voted to resume the use of the single dose vaccine. Nearly two weeks after the FDA suspended the shots. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the benefits of the J and J vaccine outweigh the extremely low risk of blood clots. The science supports this news and I know that this is welcome news for many as many have wanted the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to fill an important need in vaccination efforts here and around the world, the FDA says. A causal relationship between the vaccine and blood clots is plausible. In response, the agency says it will add a warning label, noting that most cases have occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 49. Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Canadian government modeling shows Corona virus variants now account for more than half of new infections. Dan Carpenter Chuck has more from Toronto, health officials say. Within two weeks, the number of cases could hit just under 1.3 million. Officials say Canada has seen a strong resurgence of covert 19 infections, driven mainly by variants of concern. The average increase has been more than 8400 new cases a day. But projections also show that strict measures are beginning to slow the rapid growth of the number of cases. And carpenter UCK in Iran. No nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon, NPR NEWS Elizabeth City This is NPR. Minnesota court, says former police officer Derrick Show Vin will be sentenced on June 16th for murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. He'll be sentenced by Judge Peter Cahill, who oversaw the trial that ended this week. A major worldwide study finds that pregnant women infected with covert 19, or it's significantly higher risk of poor outcomes, including severe infections and even death. MPR's married Eisenman reports. The lead researchers were based at Oxford University, but they partnered with scientists in 18 countries to track the pregnancy's of more than 2000 women. They're finding those infected with covert 19 were substantially more likely to develop complications ranging from me clamps yet to preterm births when compared to pregnant women who were covert free. And the risk of death was 22 times higher. Still, the researchers stress that these deaths were concentrated in poor regions with limited access to intensive care. Also, the absolute risk of developing the various complications studied remained low. To read Eisenman. NPR news Leaders of Southeast Asian nations are calling on Myanmar's military coup Leaders toe end their violent crackdown on protesters. Monitoring groups say more than 700 people have been killed by security forces. Since a civil disobedience movement erupted to challenge the February 1st coup. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include 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 at Wallace Foundation dot org's NPR. Rex, This is the moth radio hour. I'm Chloe Salmon. Saving grace is what usually rescue something or someone from being a lost cause. But I've always appreciated another, more optimistic view. A saving grace as the support we get unexpectedly. And often when we most need it in this our stories of finding grace in surprising places..

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7 North Carolina Deputies on Leave Following Andrew Brown Jr. Death

"1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation.

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WBUR

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WBUR

"Hi from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. President Biden has departed from several of his predecessors and fulfilled a campaign pledge today, formally recognizing the mass killing of Armenians, beginning in 1915 as a genocide, the U. S has long avoided the term out of concern that it could further strained relations with Turkey. A temporary pause on Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine has been lifted. It's now available for use as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, The Food and Drug Administration had suspended the shots to examine reports of rare blood clots. CDC advisory panel voted to resume the use of the single dose vaccine. Nearly two weeks after the FDA suspended the shots. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the benefits of the J and J vaccine outweigh the extremely low risk of blood clots. The science supports this news and I know that this is welcome news for many as many have wanted the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to fill an important need in vaccination efforts here and around the world, the FDA says. A causal relationship between the vaccine and blood clots is plausible. In response, the agency says it will add a warning label, noting that most cases have occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 49. Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Canadian government modeling shows Corona virus variants now account for more than half of new infections. Dan Carp in Chuck has more from Toronto, health officials say. Within two weeks, the number of cases could hit just under 1.3 million. Officials say Canada has seen a strong resurgence of covert 19 infections, driven mainly by variants of concern. The average increase has been more than 8400 new cases a day. But projections also show that strict measures are beginning to slow the rapid growth of the number of cases. And Carpenter Suck in Iran. No nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department in coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the greed and family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon, NPR NEWS Elizabeth City This is NPR. Minnesota court, says former police officer Derrick Show Vin will be sentenced on June 16th for murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. He'll be sentenced by Judge Peter Cahill, who oversaw the trial that ended this week. A major worldwide study finds that pregnant women infected with covert 19, or it's significantly higher risk of poor outcomes, including severe infections and even death. NPR's married Eisenman reports. The lead researchers were based at Oxford University, but they partnered with scientists in 18 countries to track the pregnancy's of more than 2000 women. They're finding those infected with covert 19 were substantially more likely to develop complications ranging from the clamps yet to preterm births when compared to pregnant women who were covert free. And the risk of death was 22 times higher. Still, the researchers stress that these deaths were concentrated in poor regions with limited access to intensive care. Also, the absolute risk of developing the various complications studied remained low. To read Eisenman. NPR news Leaders of Southeast Asian nations are calling on man Mars. Military coup leaders toe end their violent crackdown on protesters monitoring groups say more than 700 people have been killed by security forces. Since a civil disobedience movement erupted to challenge the February 1st coup. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. We're funded by you, our listeners and by the Wallace Foundation, working to develop in share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts. For everyone ideas and information at Wallace foundation dot or g'kar. From W. N. Y. C in New York. This is on the media. I'm Brooke Gladstone and I'm Bob Garfield for many, this week featured one of those moments where life pauses for a few minutes as we anticipate an outcome. Waiting to Exhale State of Minnesota County of Hennepin District Court, fourth Judicial District State of Minnesota Plaintiff versus Derek Michael Show Vin defendant Burning We, the jury in the above entitled matter as to count one unintentional second degree murder while committing a felony. Find the defendant guilty. This verdict agreed to this. The media duly recorded expressions of joy relief, a momentary respite from sorrow, loss and outrage. Justice has been served, and, um, you can see the reaction from the crowd. How America Field. The verdict also lifted the sense of impending doom. We've all been conditioned by generations of experience to feel each time a jury deliberates. It's playing out as we see it on the streets of this city. Those people More peacefully Protest ng feel that justice has been done for anything about justice. It can't be extrapolated from one rare episode of accountability, and someone should probably tell Nancy Pelosi that sacrifice It's not a silver lining for murder. What we collectively witness Wednesday was one man being held accountable for one crime justice with a capital J. No. When the enemy is institutionalized racism centuries in the making victories are small, incremental and achingly slow..

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:05 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All the hopes and dreams of a lifetime at stake and with everything on the line, nobody But nobody Wants to come in second place. Because hair battle in the universe step judgment, storytelling with a beat right after this very short, frank like me to say it. Snap Stay Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. President Biden has departed from several of his predecessors and fulfilled a campaign pledge today, formally recognizing the mass killing of Armenians, beginning in 1915 as a genocide, the U. S has long avoided the term out of concern that it could further strained relations with Turkey. A temporary pause on Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine has been lifted. It's now available for use as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, The Food and Drug Administration had suspended the shots to examine reports of rare blood clots. CDC advisory panel voted to resume the use of the single dose vaccine. Nearly two weeks after the FDA suspended the shots. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the benefits of the J and J vaccine outweigh the extremely low risk of blood clots. The science supports this news and I know that this is welcome news for many as many have wanted the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to fill an important need in vaccination efforts here and around the world, the FDA says. A causal relationship between the vaccine and blood clots is plausible. In response, the agency says it will add a warning label, noting that most cases have occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 49. Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Canadian government modeling shows Corona virus variants now account for more than half of new infections. Dan Carp in Chuck has more from Toronto, health officials say. Within two weeks, the number of cases could hit just under 1.3 Million, officials say Canada has seen a strong resurgence of covert 19 infections, driven mainly by variants of concern. Average increase has been more than 8400 new cases a day. But projections also show that strict measures are beginning to slow the rapid growth of the number of cases. Dan Carp in Chuck in Iran, No Nearly 1/5 of a county sheriff's department in coastal North Carolina, has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the greed and family worse, they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their loved one North Carolina's stay pure. Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon, NPR NEWS Elizabeth City This is NPR and this is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm David first with a green light from federal health officials. Several states resumed use of the one shot Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine today. Among the states ordering or recommending a resumption, where New York and New Jersey the moves came swiftly after a U. S. Health officials said last night that they were lifting an 11 day pause on vaccinations using the change a vaccine. During the pause, Scientific advisors decided the vaccines benefits outweigh the risk of a rare blood clot. Portrait's of seven undocumented immigrants who lost their lives to covert are currently on display in SoHo. The project is called immigrants are essential, and each person is represented with auras around their heads of visual device typically reserved for saints. Images are accompanied with oral histories of each person's life Parallel. Mendoza is the artist behind the project. She says she wants it to serve as a call to action. I hope that people mourn the dead. More on those that we blast. I'm not just those that are undocumented, but the over half a million people who have died and then I'm asking them to fight for the people that are alive and fight for the 11 million undocumented immigrants that need access to citizenship. The project will be on display until Monday. Rapper DMX will be more into the memorial with the family and friends at the Barclays Center. It's happening at the Brooklyn Arena this afternoon at four The event will be closed to the public due to the pandemic, but the ceremony will be live streamed on. DMX is.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:50 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And his new prank film Bad Trip Well first showed the movie few such America going yet the best review because you're a movie is about showing the humanity and the beauty and the good Samaritan nature of black people and working class people stay with us more after these headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. President Biden has departed from several of his predecessors and fulfilled a campaign pledge today, formally recognizing the mass killing of Armenians, beginning in 1915 as a genocide, the U. S has long avoided the term out of concern that it could further strained relations with Turkey. A temporary pause on Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine has been lifted. It's now available for use as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, The Food and Drug Administration had suspended the shots to examine reports of rare blood clots. CDC advisory panel voted to resume the use of the single dose vaccine. Nearly two weeks after the FDA suspended the shots. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the benefits of the J and J vaccine outweigh the extremely low risk of blood clots. The science supports this news and I know that this is welcome news for many as many have wanted the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to fill an important need in vaccination efforts here and around the world, the FDA says. A causal relationship between the vaccine and blood clots is plausible. In response, the agency says it will add a warning label, noting that most cases have occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 49. Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Canadian government modeling shows Corona virus variants now account for more than half of new infections. Dan Carp in Chuck has more from Toronto, health officials say. Within two weeks, the number of cases could hit just under 1.3 million. Officials say Canada has seen a strong resurgence of covert 19 infections, driven mainly by variants of concern. The average increase has been more than 8400 new cases a day. But projections also show that strict measures are beginning to slow the rapid growth of the number of cases. And carpenter Suck in Iran. No nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than giving the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon, NPR NEWS Elizabeth City This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm keep Wolf. The Oakland A's are asking the City Council to schedule a vote on their proposal for a new stadium before the council's August recess. Cake Reedys Nina Thorsen reports. In a letter to the council is president Dave Cavil says the team will privately financed the waterfront ballpark, including necessary environmental remediation and public parks. Bill earmarked $450 million for community benefits, which could include affordable housing. And they'll commit to keeping the team in Oakland if the project is approved. The term sheet submitted to the city on Friday estimates Oakland's General fund would receive $955 million as a result of the fully built out project. Oakland Mayor Libby Chef welcome the proposal, but said city staff would be looking at it carefully to see that the level of public investment needed was appropriate. The city is currently taking public comment on an environmental impact report through Tuesday. I'm Nina Thorson cake. MediaNews. San Francisco will receive nearly $19 million in federal money to reduce homelessness as part of the American rescue plan. President Biden's coronavirus relief package Here's San Francisco mayor London Breed flexible funding from the American Rescue plan, combined with our state and local resource is allows us to build up our homelessness prevention efforts and create more affordable housing on a scale that was really unimaginable before. Reed said. The money will go toward.

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"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"councilman michael brooks" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Know that this is welcome news for many as many have wanted the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to fill an important need in vaccination efforts here and around the world, the FDA says. A causal relationship between the vaccine and blood clots is plausible. In response, the agency says it will add a warning label, noting that most cases have occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 49. Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Canadian government modeling shows Corona virus variants now account for more than half of new infections. Damn carpet. Chuck has more from Toronto, health officials say. Within two weeks, the number of cases could hit just under 1.3 million. Officials say Canada has seen a strong resurgence of covert 19 infections, driven mainly by variants of concern. The average increase has been more than 8400 new cases a day. But projections also show that strict measures are beginning to slow the rapid growth of the number of cases. And carpenter UCK in Iran. No nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation. Sarah McCammon, NPR NEWS Elizabeth City This is NPR. Minnesota court, says former police officer Derrick Show Vin will be sentenced on June 16th for murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. He'll be sentenced by Judge Peter Cahill, who oversaw the trial that ended this week. A major worldwide study finds the pregnant women infected with covert 19, or it's significantly higher risk of poor outcomes, including severe infections and even death. NPR's married Eisenman reports. The lead researchers were based at Oxford University, but they partnered with scientists in 18 countries to track the pregnancy's of more than 2000 women. They're finding those infected with covert 19 were substantially more likely to develop complications ranging from me clamps yet to preterm births when compared to pregnant women who were covert free. And the risk of death was 22 times higher. Still, the researchers stress that these deaths were concentrated in poor regions with limited access to intensive care. Also, the absolute risk of developing the various complications studied remained low. To read Eisenman. NPR news Leaders of Southeast Asian nations are calling on Myanmar's military coup Leaders toe end their violent crackdown on protesters. Monitoring groups say more than 700 people have been killed by security forces. Since a civil disobedience movement erupted to challenge the February 1st coup. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR.

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7 Deputies on Leave After Fatal Shooting of Black Man

"Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the

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