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"darien benson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on KCRW

"Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting. For NPR News. I'm Darien Benson in Indianapolis. NASA says a small helicopter has taken off on the surface of Mars. The ingenuity helicopter is part of a rover that recently landed on the Martian surface. The small helicopter hovered for about 30 seconds in the thin Martian air and then successfully landed. NPR's Joe Palka says the flight was recorded. The flight took place around noon on Mars. And as the helicopter went up in the air, took a shot facing straight down, and you can see the helicopter shadow on the surface of Mars, which it looks like a little insect. It's got these two rotor blades. So it's like four wings essentially Sticking out with four little legs. It's really something of a picture. NPR's Joe Palka reporting stocks opened lower this morning after finishing at record highs last week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped about 120 points in early trading. Asian stocks were mixed overnight down in Hong Kong and Shanghai, but up in Tokyo and Seoul. Restrictions on business activity that have been in place in Tokyo are being expanded to other parts of Japan in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Japan's prime minister also appealed to Fizer CEO form or regular deliveries the company's covert 19 vaccine Early 1% to Japan's population's been vaccinated so far, well behind the rollout in the United States. U. S companies reporting earnings this week include Coca Cola, American Airlines, and Johnson and Johnson, used to J and J Vaccine was temporarily halted in the U. S last week in response to rare but serious blood clots. Scott Horsley, NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was down 146 points. Announced. AKI is down more than 53. This is NPR news from the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom a KCRW I'm Cherry Glazer L. A County's Coben test positivity rate has hit a new record low over the weekend. It's now less than 1% 10.9 to be exact. As compared to 20% during the winter search, and the number of people hospitalized with Kobe in the county has now dropped to 470 This comes his other states like Michigan are seeing new spikes and transmission. Local health officials like L. A county chief science officer, Paul Simon, continue to warn that the same thing could happen here. Virus in no way respects borders. I mean, travels, person to person and his people travel. There are more opportunities for the virus to spread to different, different jurisdictions. And so that's why even though our numbers look pretty good right now, we're really urging people to hang in for another couple months, L. A County reported 466 new cases of Cove in 19 yesterday and three additional deaths. More than 60,000 people have died of covert in the county since the pandemic started. More than half of adults in California have now received at least one dose of covert vaccine. But that doesn't mean they're returning in droves to their old office buildings. Remote works still dominates much of the employment landscape across the U. S. One recent survey found that only about a quarter of employees are working from the office in 10 major cities, including Los Angeles. He's here. W is Benjamin got leave has more. The building security firm Castle Services installs key card systems. So it tracks workplace entry data. And it found that during the first week of April, the number of folks working from their offices and big cities like New York, Houston and Philadelphia Amongst the mother's hovered at an average of 24%. Ella's numbers are about the same. Less than one in four workers has actually gone back to the office. But in the San Francisco and San Jose metro areas, those numbers are even lower around 15%, according to Castle's data. It's contributing to an office vacancy problem in Los Angeles, where just under 20% of available units are unrated. The commercial real estate firm C B R E says that's the highest number since 2000 and 12. Some leading California firms like Salesforce, for example, are permanently allowing more work from home. Then again, Google, Microsoft and Uber are starting to return to office headquarters, and many others never worked from home during the pandemic in the first place. When you slice Castle systems data by job sector. It's law firms that are back in person in greater numbers and some other businesses. Some 14% points above the national average for all industries. KCRW, Benjamin Gottlieb and another Southern California arts institution, has announced reopening plans. The Brody's says it will welcome back guess on May 26, but health care workers and other frontline workers will get to come back sooner. Museum is opening up for them for two weekends earlier in May. Like other museums he'll need in advance reservation to go to the Brodin. And while the museum's most popular exhibitions, the Infinity mirror rooms will remain temporarily closed. Support for NPR comes from troll Schwalm Charles Schwab is committed to offering a modern approach to wealth management with personalized financial planning to meet an investor. Specific needs. Learn more at Schwab dot com slash plan. It's.

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"darien benson" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on WBUR

"Had the support of the whole Indianapolis community with um legislators, local officials supporting them and working to find the victim's justice for the victims were sick. Maninder Singh Gwala says his community is hurting for everyone affected by gun violence. The message is very simple. It's not a beer morning for sick families were mourning for Home. Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting for NPR news. I'm Darien Benson in Indianapolis. NASA says a small helicopter has taken off on the surface of Mars. The ingenuity helicopter is part of a rover that recently landed on the Martian surface. Small helicopter hovered for about 30 seconds in the thin Martian air and then successfully landed. NPR's Joe Palooka says the flight was recorded. The flight took place around noon on Mars, and as the helicopter went up in the air, took a shot facing straight down. And you can see the helicopter shadow on the surface of Mars, which it looks like a little insect. It's got these two rotor blades. So it's like four wings essentially. Sticking out with four little legs. It's really something of a picture. NPR's Joe Palka reporting stocks opened lower this morning after finishing at record highs last week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped about 120 points in early trading. Asian stocks were mixed overnight down in Hong Kong and Shanghai, but up in Tokyo and Seoul. Restrictions on business activity that have been in place in Tokyo are being expanded to other parts of Japan in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Japan's prime minister also appealed to Fizer CEO form or regular deliveries the company's covert 19 vaccine Really 1% to Japan's population's been vaccinated so far, well behind the rollout in the United States. U. S companies reporting earnings this week include Coca Cola, American Airlines, and Johnson and Johnson used. The J and J vaccine was temporarily halted in the U. S last week in response to rare but serious blood clots. Scott Horsley, NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was down 146 points. The NASDAQ is down more than 53. This is NPR news. This is not the 0.9. W bur. I'm Jack Let PR's in Boston. Everyone 16 and older in Massachusetts is now eligible to get a Corona virus vaccine. Deputy bur Steve Brown reports the state open vaccine appointments to those 16 and up at midnight. Governor Baker estimates 1.7 million people fall into this latest category. They have been waiting since the first doses of the vaccine were administered to healthcare workers back in December. As this is the largest single cohort of people to become eligible. It may take a while for everyone to get their shot. How soon everyone is vaccinated depends on how fast the federal government distributes doses to the state governor, Baker says more than 350,000 visor and modern of doses are being shipped for distribution this week. Single dose. Johnson and Johnson vaccines remain on hold as the feds investigate reports of a rare blood clot detected in a group of women who received the change a vaccine. 90.9 w bur. I'm Steve Brown State health Data show. More than two million people have now been fully vaccinated against Cove in 19 in Massachusetts, that more than five million total doses have been administered. That is about 86% of all doses the state has received. The seven day positive Corona virus test rate in Massachusetts. He's under 2% for the first time in more than a month, the 1.97% reported..

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"darien benson" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Mourning for Home. Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting for NPR news. I'm Darien, Benson and Indianapolis. NASA says A small helicopter has taken off on the surface of Mars. The ingenuity helicopter is part of a rover that recently landed on the Martian surface. The small helicopter hovered for about 30 seconds in the thin Martian air. And then successfully landed. NPR's Joe Palooka says the flight was recorded. The flight took place around noon on Mars, and as the helicopter went up in the air, took a shot facing straight down. And you can see the helicopter shadow on the surface of Mars, which it looks like a little insect. It's got these two of rotor blades. So it's like four wings essentially Sticking out with four little legs. It's really something of a picture. NPR's Joe Palka reporting stocks opened lower this morning after finishing at record highs. Last week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports, The Dow Jones industrial average slipped about 120 points in early trading. Asian stocks were mixed overnight down in Hong Kong and Shanghai, but up in Tokyo and Seoul. Restrictions on business activity that have been in place in Tokyo are being expanded to other parts of Japan in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Japan's prime minister also appealed to Fizer CEO form or regular deliveries the company's covert 19 vaccine Really 1% to Japan's population's been vaccinated so far, well behind the rollout in the United States. U. S companies reporting earnings this week include Coca Cola, American Airlines, and Johnson and Johnson used. The J and J vaccine was temporarily halted in the U. S last week in response to rare but serious blood clots. Scott Horsley, NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was down 146 points. The NASDAQ is down more than 53. This is NPR news 50 degrees at 904. Good morning. I'm Mary Dixon With WB. Easy news. The Cook County State's attorney is placed a veteran prosecutor on leave after he implied in court that 13 year old Adam to Leda was holding a handgun when he was fatally shot by a Chicago police officer. The video footage was made public last week. It shows Adam dropped or tossed the gun less than a second before he was shot and killed. That video's gone viral WB Easy's Araceli Gomez L. Donna spoke to an expert who warns Thies videos can be especially harmful to the mental health of people of color Doctor anger. Burnett. Seidler is a licensed clinical psychologist and associate professor at Northwestern University. She says people who identify with the person being harmed in a video can feel traumatic stress symptoms. Is related to have significantly. We like experience emotion around that event, however, you can place yourself in a situation that may be similar to that certainly can heighten the emotion. Burnett. Cycler recommends speaking with a professional if you watch these videos and then feel persistent anger, hopelessness or sadness, and it interferes with your daily life. Araceli Gomez Santana, WB. EASY NEWS. Chicago Public High School students are back in class for the first time in more than a year, union teachers and staff okay to reopening agreement over the weekend. White Sox won two in a Boston doubleheader. The Cubs.

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"darien benson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Local officials supporting them and working to find the victim's justice. Four of the victims were sick. Maninder Singh Gwala says his community is hurting for everyone affected by gun violence. The message is very simple. It's not that veer morning for sick families were mourning for home. Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting. For NPR News. I'm Darien, Benson and Indianapolis. NASA says a small helicopter has taken off on the surface of Mars. The ingenuity helicopter is part of a rover that recently landed on the Martian surface. The small helicopter hovered for about 30 seconds in the thin Martian air and then successfully landed. NPR's Joe Palka says the flight was recorded. The flight took place around noon on Mars. And as the helicopter went up in the air, took a shot facing straight down, and you can see the helicopter shadow on the surface of Mars, which it looks like a little insect. It's got these two rotor blades, so it's like four. Wings essentially sticking out with four little legs. It's really something of a picture. NPR's Joe Palka reporting stocks opened lower this morning after finishing at record highs last week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped about 120 points in early trading. Asian stocks were mixed overnight down in Hong Kong and Shanghai, but up in Tokyo and Seoul. Restrictions on business activity that have been in place in Tokyo are being expanded to other parts of Japan in an effort to curb the spread of the Corona virus. Japan's prime minister also appealed to Fizer CEO form or regular deliveries. The company's covert 19 vaccine barely 1% to Japan's population's been vaccinated so far, well behind the rollout in the United States. U. S companies reporting earnings this week include Coca Cola, American Airlines, and Johnson and Johnson used. The J and J vaccine was temporarily halted in the U. S last week in response to rare but serious blood clots. Scott Horsley, NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was down 146 points. The NASDAQ is down more than 53. This is NPR news. Authorities in Texas have arrested a shooting suspect from Austin. Former sheriff's deputy Stephen Broderick is wanted in the shooting deaths of three people over the weekend. Police in Austin say that Broderick knew all of the victims. There are protests across Pakistan today following a flare up in tension between authorities and an Islamist extremist group. The government banned the religious group last week after demonstrations against the arrest of its leader. NPR's DEA had it has more from Islamabad. The group known as Tail P have been demanding the expulsion of the French ambassador of a month old comments by President Emmanuel Macron upholding the right of French citizens toe what Muslims considered to be blasphemy. That came off for teacher was beheaded last October for showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to his students in violence over the past week to your P demonstrators killed three policemen and held more than a dozen hostage. The French Embassy called on its nationals to leave the country on Pakistani authorities announced the group was banned. T o p have long demanded the application of harsh a blasphemy laws as a way to whip up their followers. They're widely seen as having being coddled by Pakistan's powerful military. Headed. NPR NEWS. ISLAMABAD The U. S State Department has ordered nonessential staff to leave the central African country of Chad. The agency sites rebel fighters who are moving toward the capital, N'Djamena. There are conflicting reports over whether rebels have seized control of a Chadian province more than 100 miles away from the capital..

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"darien benson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Line from NPR News. I'm Korova Coleman. The trial gets underway again this hour for the ex Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. Prosecutors and defense Lawyers for Derrick Show Vin will make closing arguments today. Then the judge will give the jury instructions. Jurors could start deliberating today show Vin faces two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter. A vigil was held in Indianapolis last night. It honored the eight people killed in a shooting last week at a FedEx facility from member station W F Y I Darien Benson reports one of the organizers of the vigil. Taylor Hall. Says. Everyone knows someone who's affected by the FedEx shooting or gun violence. She hopes the event will lift up the victim's families. They had the support of the whole Indianapolis community with them. Legislators, local officials supporting them and working to find the victim's justice for the victims were sick. Manana seeing, Gwala says his community is hurting for everyone affected by gun violence. The message is very simple. It's not that veer morning for sick families were mourning for home. Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting. For NPR News. I'm Darien Benson in Indianapolis. NASA says the small helicopter has taken off on the surface of Mars. The ingenuity helicopter is part of a rover that recently landed on the Martian surface. The small helicopter hovered for about 30 seconds in the thin Martian air and then successfully landed. NPR's Joe Palka says the flight was recorded. The flight took place around noon on Mars. And as the helicopter went up in the air, took a shot facing straight down, and you can see the helicopter shadow on the surface of Mars, which it looks like a little insect. It's got these two rotor blades. So it's like four wings essentially Sticking out with four little legs. It's really something of a picture. NPR's Joe Palka reporting stocks opened lower this morning after finishing at record highs last week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped about 120 points in early trading. Asian stocks were mixed overnight down in Hong Kong and Shanghai, but up in Tokyo and Seoul. Restrictions on business activity that have been in place in Tokyo are being expanded to other parts of Japan in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Japan's prime minister also appealed to Fizer CEO form or regular deliveries the company's covert 19 vaccine Early 1% to Japan's population's been vaccinated so far, well behind the rollout in the United States. U. S companies reporting earnings this week include Coca Cola, American Airlines, and Johnson and Johnson used. The J and J vaccine was temporarily halted in the U. S last week in response to rare but serious blood clots. Scott Horsley, NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was down 146 points. Announced. AKI is down more than 53..

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"darien benson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Closing arguments are expected today in Minnesota in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer, is charged with murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd during an arrest last year. Showman has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Police in Indianapolis say the gunman who killed eight people at a FedEx facility last week legally purchased the two rifles used in the attack. Darien Benson with member station W F Y I says authorities are investigating how the 19 year old got around so called red flag laws. Last year, the shooter's mother contacted the FBI warning he might commit suicide by cop. This prompted authorities to seize a shotgun from him using Indiana so called Red Flag law, which also would have allowed officials to bar him from buying another gun. But both weapons to use in Thursday's shooting were purchased after the earlier incident, and investigators want to know how that could happen. Police say the suspect used to work at that FedEx warehouse near the city's airport and took his own life. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more than half the adults in the U. S have now received at least one dose of a covert 19 vaccine. That's nearly 130 million people later this week and advisory panel to the CDC is expected to decide whether to recommend the use of Johnson and Johnson. Single dose vaccine be resumed. This is NPR news. This is w N. Y. C in New York at 5 32. Good morning on Michael Hill, 54 showers and thunderstorm chances today than sunshine after that, as well high of 67. Some New Yorkers are being asked to return some jobless benefits from last April in May, the early days of the pandemic when unemployment skyrocketed, the state Department of Labor says a small number of people were overpaid. One of them is freelance fashion stylist Brin Taylor. When I read that it was an overpayment. I felt incredibly confused at first, because I thought Oh, did I miss something? The Upper West Side resident has been out of work for a year, She plans to file a waiver to avoid losing any percentage of unemployment benefits. That's an option that she must file within 30 days of getting a paper letter in the mail with details about the overpayments. Lower East side in East Village residents march from Tompkins Square to the East River Park yesterday, denouncing the city's plan to close off a large section of the waterfront park in the coming weeks for construction. Residents are worried about the loss of one of the few spaces in lower Manhattan Open spaces likely for years. Rafi ammonia as grew up in the public housing development across from East River Park. Have been playing music in that park for years. So you know, I know we need the park. But I don't know why they have to close the park all together at once. It will never get done it. It could take 12 years You could take a long time. The city plans to elevate the entire area and build.

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"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting. For NPR News. I'm Darien Benson in Indianapolis yesterday marked a hopeful turning point. In the fight against the Corona virus. More than half of all American adults have now received at least one vaccine dose. MPR's Matthew Schwartz has more after a year of grim milestones. You can call this Ah hopeful one, according to data released Sunday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 130 million adults have gotten at least one shot of a covert 19 vaccine and 84 Million or about a third of all adults are fully vaccinated. That means they've either gotten two doses of the Fizer or murder, no vaccine, or one dose of Johnson and Johnson States that traditionally vote Democratic are seeing the highest vaccination rates. New Hampshire leads the pack it 71%. The flipside, Mississippi and Alabama Trail the nation at just 38%. Monday, Every adult in the country will be eligible to register for the vaccine. Matthew Schwartz. NPR NEWS Washington European Union foreign ministers are to discuss the Czech Republic's claims. The Russian agents were involved in a deadly explosion of stored ammunition in 2014 Teri Schultz has more on the story. Neto says it stands by the Czech government in a diplomatic spat with Moscow after Prague announced links between Russian intelligence and the depot blast that killed two people. Czech police are searching for two men they say were in the country around that time and use the same names as those accused of poisoning Former Russians by Sergei Scribbling his daughter in the UK in 2018. Teri Schultz reporting. This is NPR news. Allies of jailed Russian dissident Alexey Navalny or calling from major protests Wednesday to demand to receive medical care. Doctors with ties to Navalny say he's in critical condition and could be close to death. He's been on a hunger strike since March, 31st. Frances imposing entry restrictions on travelers from Argentina, Chile, South Africa and Brazil. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, French nationals and their families, EU citizens and those with a permanent home in France will be allowed in, but we'll have to undergo a mandatory 10 day quarantine and tougher testing requirements. Francis vaccine effort is taking off with 15% of the population now vaccinated. French officials don't want to risk letting new, highly contagious variants into the country. The head of the E U's Vaccination campaign, says 70% of all you citizens will be able to be vaccinated by mid July. Many countries in Europe are hoping to salvage some of their 2021 summer tourist season. French President Emmanuel Macron says his government supports creating a certificate to facilitate travel between European countries. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS Authorities are investigating the crash of a Tesla's Saturday night. They say it ran off the road, hit a tree and burst into flames in spring, Texas. Believe that no one was driving the car at the time. Tessa has warned its customers that its driver assist program is not a ton, autonomous and owner should be prepared to.

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"darien benson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Ready to lead the fight against climate change. He's hosting a summit this week to urge countries to do more. But will the U. S lead by example, We're the second largest emitter right now. And historically, we are the largest emitter. So we have contributed the most to this problem of climate change, and everyone is asking. What will we do about it? American officials are furiously trying to come up with an answer. But given the U. S has just spent four years shunning the climate scene are they're credible Leader. You know the rest of the world. It's quite familiar with US politics now and there will be some leeway given Europe is certainly very happy to see the United States back in the climate agenda because underneath all the talk of cooperation on climate, there's a fierce battle for the jobs of the future. Hear all about it after the news Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm. Closing arguments will be held today in Minneapolis in the trial of former police officer Derrick Show Vin charged with the murder of George Floyd last year. Witnesses for the prosecution testified show Vin caused Floyd's death by excessive force. The defense had argued the death may have been caused by his heart condition or drug use. Vigil was held in Indianapolis last night honoring the eight people killed in a shooting last week at a Federal Express facility. Darien Benson from member station W F Y I reports, one of the organizers of the vigil, Taylor Hall says. Everyone knows someone who's affected by the FedEx shooting or gun violence. She hopes the event will lift up the victim's families. They had the support.

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"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is to the fact that they had the wrong person. It was incarcerated, and I just didn't feel like my life was worth living. But my on cut a break. Almost no one gets an investigative reporter dug into his case. How many people are lying here like this can't be his case was entangled with a presidential campaign and a tragedy. George Floyd's killing put a new spotlight on racial injustice. There's an awakening that's happening. People are starting to ask really important questions rather than just blindly trusting the criminal justice system to get it right. That's today on reveal, but first this news Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm. Closing arguments will be held today in Minneapolis in the trial of former police officer Derrick Show Vin charged with the murder of George Floyd last year, witnesses for the prosecution testified. Jovan caused Floyd's death by excessive force. The defense had argued the death may have been caused by his heart condition or drug use. Vigil was held in Indianapolis last night honoring the eight people killed in a shooting last week at a Federal Express facility. Darien Benson from member station W F Y I reports, one of the organizers of the vigil, Taylor Hall says. Everyone knows someone who's affected by the FedEx shooting or gun violence. She hopes the event will lift up the victim's families. They had the support of the whole Indianapolis.

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"darien benson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The whole Indianapolis community with him, legislators, local officials supporting them and working to find the victim's justice for the victims were sick. Manana Seeing, Gwala says his community is hurting for everyone affected by gun violence. The message is very simple. It's not that veer morning for sick families were mourning for all law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting. For NPR News. I'm Darien Benson in Indianapolis Police in Austin, Texas, are searching for a former deputy sheriff wanted for shooting three people to death Sunday. Officials say they believe the shooting was domestic in nature. The suspect had been placed on administrative leave by the sheriff's Department after being charged with the sexual assault of a child. Sunday marked a hopeful turning point in the fight against the Corona virus. More than half of all American adults have now received at least one vaccine dose. MPR's Matthew Schwartz has more after a year of grim milestones. You can call this Ah hopeful one According to data released Sunday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 130 million adults have gotten at least one shot of a covert 19 vaccine and 84 Million or about a third of all adults are fully vaccinated. That means they've either gotten two doses of the Fizer or murder, no vaccine or one dose of Johnson and Johnson. States that traditionally vote Democratic are seeing the highest vaccination rates. New Hampshire leads the pack it 71% on the flipside, Mississippi and Alabama Trail the nation at just 38%. Monday, Every adult in the country will be eligible to register for the vaccine. Matthew Schwartz. NPR NEWS Washington European Union foreign ministers are to discuss the Czech Republic's claims that Russian agents We're involved in a deadly explosion of stored ammunition in 2014 Prague in Moscow, have expelled each other's diplomats. Teri Schultz. Reports. Neto says it stands by the Czech government in a diplomatic spat with Moscow after Prague announced links between Russian intelligence and the depot blast that killed two people. Czech police are searching for two men they say were in the country around that time and use the same names as those accused of poisoning former Russian spy Sergei Scruple and his daughter in the UK in 2018. Teri Schultz reporting. This is NPR news. Allies of jailed Russian dissident Alexey Navalny are calling from major protests Wednesday to demand to receive medical care. Doctors with ties in Navalny say he's in critical condition and could be close to death. He's been on a hunger strike since March, 31st. In South Africa and out of control bushfire as forced the evacuation of the University of Cape Town, the country's oldest institute of higher learning ish muffin. Di Qua has more firefighters with battled the blaze in dry conditions, could not protect the university buildings and failed to save other historic buildings in the fire's path. Dutch style milk built in 17 96, the oldest surviving and on Lee complete windmill in South Africa was gutted by the fire. Some roads in the area have been closed, and residents have been advised to keep windows and doors closed. No fatalities have been reported, but two firefighters who sustained burns were taken to hospital. The blaze is suspected to have been started from a fire left unattended by a homeless person for NPR news. I am ish off when the choir in Victoria Falls. Authorities are investigating the crash of a Tesla's Saturday night. They say it ran off the road, hit a tree and burst into flames in spring, Texas north of Houston. They believe that no one was driving the car at the time. Tessa has warned its customers that its driver assist program is not autonomous and owners should be prepared to take control of the vehicle..

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"darien benson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:14 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Who's affected by the FedEx shooting or gun violence. She hopes the event will lift up the victim's families. They had the support of the whole Indianapolis community, with, um legislators, local officials supporting them and working to find Victims Justice. Four of the victims were sick. Maninder Singh Gwala says his community is hurting for everyone affected by gun violence. The message is very simple. It's not that veer morning for sick families were mourning for home. Law enforcement officials have not yet established a motive for the shooting. For NPR News. I'm Darien Benson in Indianapolis Police in Austin, Texas, are searching for a former deputy sheriff wanted for shooting three people to death Sunday. Officials say they believe the shooting was domestic in nature. The suspect had been placed on administrative leave by the sheriff's Department after being charged with the sexual assault of a child. Sunday marked a hopeful turning point in the fight against the Corona virus. More than half of all American adults have now received at least one vaccine dose. MPR's Matthew Schwartz has more after a year of grim milestones. You can call this Ah hopeful one According to data released Sunday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 130 million adults have gotten at least one shot of a covert 19 vaccine and 84 Million or about a third of all adults are fully vaccinated. That means they've either gotten two doses of the Fizer or murder, no vaccine, or one dose of Johnson and Johnson States that traditionally vote Democratic are seeing the highest vaccination rates. New Hampshire leads the pack it 71%. The flipside, Mississippi and Alabama Trail the nation at just 38%. On Monday, Every adult in the country will be eligible to register for the vaccine. Matthew Schwartz. NPR NEWS Washington European Union foreign ministers are to discuss the Czech Republic's claims that Russian agents We're involved in a deadly explosion of stored ammunition in 2014, Prague and Moscow of expelled each other's diplomats. Teri Schultz. Reports. Neto says it stands by the Czech government in a diplomatic spat with Moscow after Prague announced links between Russian intelligence and the depot blast that killed two people. Czech police are searching for two men they say were in the country around that time and use the same names as those accused of poisoning former Russian spy Sergei Scruple and his daughter in the UK in 2018. Teri Schultz reporting. This is NPR news. Allies of jailed Russian dissident Alexey Navalny are calling from major protests Wednesday to demand to receive medical care. Doctors with ties in Navalny say he's in critical condition and could be close to death. He's been on a hunger strike since March, 31st. In South Africa and out of control bushfire as forced the evacuation of the University of Cape Town, the country's oldest institute of higher learning ish muffin. Di Qua has more firefighters with battled the blaze in dry conditions, could not protect the university buildings and failed to save other historic buildings in the fire's part. Dutch stale milk built in 17 96. The whole distance surviving and only complete windmill in South Africa was gutted by the fire. Some roads in the area have been closed, and residents have been advised to keep windows and doors closed. No fatalities have been reported, but two firefighters who sustained burns were taken to hospital. The blaze is suspected to have been started from a fire left unattended by a homeless person for NPR news. I am ish, often equal in Victoria Falls. Authorities are investigating the crash of a Tesla's Saturday night. They say it ran off the road, hit a tree and burst into flames in spring, Texas north of Houston. They believe that no one was driving the car at the time. Vessel has warned its customers that its driver assist program is not autonomous and owners should be prepared to take control of the vehicle..

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01:36 min | 3 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. After two decades and trillions of dollars. The U. S is pulling out of its longest war. We'll hear from the people who lived in the conflict in Afghanistan and we'll take a look at what the decision to find leave tells us about foreign policy under President Biden, also Indian jumping ants and the females who fight To become queen. I would sit there for hours and hours and hours. Just watching them, duel each other and bite each other and write down when everyone did. Plus. How do you leave? Occult author Lauren Huff discusses her new memoir. It's Sunday, April 18th news Next, Please stay with us. Live from NPR News. I'm Giles Snyder Protests over the police killing of 20 year old Dante, Right and suburban Minneapolis or ongoing stretching into 1/7 night last night. Brutus have often ended in clashes with police, but last night's was largely peaceful. The protest continuous closing arguments are scheduled tomorrow. In the trial of former police officer Derek Showman in the killing of George Floyd to Indianapolis. Vigils were held this weekend following the mass shooting at a FedEx ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured. Darien Benson is with member station W F Y I multiple, said ex employees attended a vigil Saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups. Savannah Day Law is an employee at the facility, she says. It is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation like you see.

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Community Gathers at Vigils for FedEx Shooting Victims

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00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Community Gathers at Vigils for FedEx Shooting Victims

"Vigils were held this weekend following the mass shooting at a FedEx ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured Darien Benson From member station W F Y I has more multiple FedEx employees attended a vigil Saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups. Savannah Day Law is an employee at the facility, she says. It is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation like you see everything like that. Shootings are like News in movies, but you never think it's gonna happen to you and your friends. De la O says her FedEx coworkers are like extended family, and she knew several of the deceased victims. At another visual representative Andre Carson, acknowledged several other mass shootings this year. The loss of life here in Indianapolis is real. It's real in Boulder, it's real. In Atlanta, eight candles were let to represent the eight deceased victims. For

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"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:04 min | 8 months ago

"darien benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com. From NPR and W bur. It's here and now I'm Tanya. Mostly. A recent poll by the American Psychiatric Association shows that nearly two thirds of Americans feel more anxious than they did this time last year. Pandemic is heightened mental health problems nationwide, and some experts say this has led to an increase and drug overdoses, side effects Public media's Darien, Benson reports. With a Surgeon cove. In 19 cases, Illinois officials are urging people to stay home and other Midwest states such as Indiana and Iowa are adding restrictions to limit gatherings. That worries Brandon George, director of the Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, He says restrictions might shut down recovery meetings for narcotics, Anonymous and other groups just like they did in the spring. We were lucky that with seasonal timing of the first round of shutdowns, a lot of the meetings a lot of meeting with other people is getting that cleared the connection. We were able to improvise and do that outside. And winter meeting outside might not be an option for people with substance use disorder, George says isolation can be deadly. We're finding less and less safe ways to be able to interact with folks and addiction is deadly. Alcoholism is deadly. For some people that might be the most deadliest peace, health care wise for the Closing down businesses and issuing stay at home orders hoped Combat Cove in 19, But George says that might have done more harm than good for those with substance use disorder. The solution for one pandemic was the opposite of the solution for the overdose crisis flush epidemic that we're having. Overdose rates are increasing nationwide and Indiana were overdoses started to go down in 2019 emergency departments. I sing a more than 80% rise this year. Overdose deaths increased more than 30% between January and May. The pandemic has made a lot of problems force, including depression and anxiety, and that means more people might be turning to drugs and alcohol. The technical term is called co Morbidity and Co morbidity means Patients have more than one condition, two conditions. That's Kurt Kronke, a researcher with the Recon Street Institute in Indianapolis. He says this is common in people with substance use disorder. They're a much greater risk of also suffering from depression, probably a third to half form or also have depression as well as their problem with copious heaven. Baron used drugs to cope with mental health problems. He's 23 lives and Fisher's a suburb just north of Indianapolis. It's kind of like a scapegoat from anything like whether it's anxiety, anger, anything you're going through. When you do it, you just feel completely numb. He says he got clean this year in May was the first time I was able to view with my life like a normal human being, would you know, actually being able to like deal with my anxiety, get a job and be a functioning member of society. But the pandemic has made it more of a struggle, and he still gets the urges that led him to drugs..

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