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"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:39 min | 6 d ago

"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Chris McLaughlin on K Away News radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app Fox 31 pinpoint whether mostly sunny later today with a high of 40 sunny tomorrow high 55. The snow is ending It's 31 degrees in Denver. On Wall Street With the Dow trading above 30,000 for the first time ever. President Trump made a brief appearance a few minutes ago in the briefing room the 48th time that we've Broken records in during the Trump administration, and I just want to congratulate all the people within the administration that works so hard and most importantly, I want to congratulate the people of our country. Because there are no people like you. Thank you very much. Everybody think the president did not speak about the election and did not take questions. The record high coming during the holiday week when the markets are traditionally subdued, the NASDAQ and S and P 500 or Bo trading higher as well on Wall Street. Governor Pulis and state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley. He will give us an update on covert 19 coming up 12 30 Today. Yesterday the governor signed an executive order allowing hospitals to stop admitting patients once they've reached capacity because of the pandemic. When your school superintendent leaves and two of her deputies also exit Mayor Hancock says this about the Denver School board. You have toe begin to wonder what's going on there. And Cock and former Mayor Federico Penny a have sent a letter to the Denver school board crew criticizing it as dysfunctional. The mayor says the disrespect by the board led to Susanna Cordovez resignation and clearly This dysfunction had helped remain make her decision to go to Dallas for decision and most superintendent would not make, um easier and that's unfortunate. It's a big loss for Children says he wants to make sure the dysfunction of the school board does not impact students. One of the few surviving Tuskegee Airmen has died in Colorado Springs, Frank making, died Sunday night. He served in the Army Air Corps in World War two and became the head of aircraft maintenance. Of four person making was 97. Theo nly black mayor in New York City history has died. David Dinkins passed away last night He was 93 once again soaring numbers on Wall Street. The Dow up 4 89 well above 30,000. The NASDAQ is up 1 37 S and P 500 up 56 in sports. The Cowboys canceled practice today rather abruptly because of a medical emergency. With a staff member or told the medical issue is not related to cope in 19. We'll let you know more when we get it. Our next news update is at 11 30. I'm Cathy Walker K Away news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM gift,.

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"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our top story, a member of the Denver School Board hurt during a protest today on blaming Denver police. First We get a check on traffic with Darren Copeland. We're seeing some construction slowing right now. He's found I 76 between About local and federal that's causing backups all the way back to shared and so that they're doing some bridgework repaired. Their South bound Santa Fe between Evans and Hampton. Also slow due to construction. I 25 looks good through town right now. Not even seeing any slowing down through the gap project on I 70 as well in good shape and ofthe freeway. We're looking good as well. I'm Eric Clinton Ko a news radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Fox, 31 pinpoint whether scattered clouds tonight the low 59 then 88 tomorrow in a slight chance for rain 85 on Friday, currently 82 in Denver, Denver School board member and community activist accusing Denver police of injuring him during an altercation Today, police were sweeping a homeless encampment out of an area across from the state Capitol building today. Anderson says he and other activists had asked police tow wait a bit so that people could retrieve property left there. We beg for two hours and they would not give us those two hours And I'm just disappointed that they could not just say Hey, keep these gates open so that people can be able to get their belongings. Anderson says he was pushed by an officer and hit his head. He was treated at Denver Health Medical Center and released Robinson. Murphy, with the Department of Safety says it's not certain whether Anderson fell down or was pushed but that the city will get to the bottom of it. I will assure you today that if there was an improper use of force that will be um handle, then it will be that person will be held accountable. Murphy says. The city will release body and Halo cam footage immediately. Planned by Colorado business leaders to improve the state's infrastructure moving forward. It's called together we build. The goal of the plan is to repair Colorado roads, improve mass transit and provide for future water and energy needs. The package also includes improvements to communications and education. The group behind the study says the plan was created to give Colorado's congressional delegation specifics on how much money is actually needed for infrastructure. And how would be spent. It does come with a hefty price tag. Oh, a cool $20 billion. Stay tuned. Tom Mustin Koray news radio. The state's largest school district, will have online learning for the first quarter of the year. Denver Public schools says most of Denver's 90,000 kids will be back in the classroom by mid October. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg back in the hospital. The high court says Ginsberg had a minimally invasive non surgical procedure at a medical facility in New York City. She was hospitalized early the earlier this month for a possible infection and announced her cancer had returned. Officials say the 87 year old expects to be out of the hospital by the end of the week. Scientists say they have a breakthrough in detecting Alzheimer's. Researchers hope a blood test will be determined if a person has the disease. Currently, Alzheimer's is confirmed by using a spinal tap or conducting a pet scan. Accuracy of the Alzheimer's blood test is between 89 98%. On Wall Street, A good day for tech stocks. The Dow up 160 points, the NASDAQ 1 41 the S and P 500 up 40 and the Rockies win their fourth game in a row, beating the A's five the one they are now four and one on the season and begin the season. At home against the Padres on Friday night. Next news updated. 8 30 David Ko KO, a news radio 8 50 AM at 94 1 FM. I Heart Arabia's new Podcast for Gotten Women of Warriors investigates a series of murdered women that have heart of the U. S Mexico border for almost 30 years. The crimes suggest a wider conspiracy. The fact that a lawyer his murdered in such a public way or color an execution indicates that we're talking about something very big behind these murders dive into the mist. And listen to for gotten women of Laura is on the I heart radio lap or wherever you get your podcasts The following is a public service announcement. If you need help with drug.

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Denver school board votes unanimously to remove police from schools

Big Al and JoJo

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Denver school board votes unanimously to remove police from schools

"Denver public schools says it will phase out twenty five percent of school resource officers at year's end the phase out the read more remaining officers by the end of the twenty twenty one school year the school board voting to end its contract with Denver police to provide resource officers board vice president Jennifer bacon on what happens next we will spend the next school year to deeply

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"denver school" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"denver school" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Now a social distancing tips from the police great advice get more useful tips like this by keeping it here the M. seven ninety KABC but the back is a venture Joe so those things started off as a fairly unified message that you don't want bad things happen to people because the police are too brutal and everyone agreed and then they were like you know what what if you just take over six lakh zone in Seattle in a subset of our own autonomous communist nation the the worst this gets the more within signaling this becomes the more your billions wearing the ribbon the less people are going to be into it and and this is taking some pretty radical ramifications so forget like what what what are Americans expected to buy into is really the question what are Americans expected to buy into because we're all on board with police brutality is bad there isn't reforms in my neck we're all pretty much into that but then it turned out that that wasn't the agenda it turns out the agenda was much broader and deeper than that and that's a problem into people like David short good example according to Jonathan shaped writing and your magazine David shore is a twenty eight year old political data analyst and social Democrat work for president Obama's reelection campaign I'm a twenty eight short tweeted out a short summary of a paper by Princeton professor Omar what's now the research compiled by what's now analyze public opinion in the nineteen sixties and found that violent and non violent protest tactics and contradictory facts shores in office was straightforward quote post MLK assassination race riots reduce democratic vote share in surrounding cities by two percent which was enough to tip the nineteen sixty election exit nonviolent protests increase democratic vote mainly Bancorp encouraging warm in the discourse and media coverage so he's making a simple point nonviolent protest violent protests back he was fired he was fired are you truly a Wesley the founder of open field of democratic candidates replied this take is tone deaf move responsibility for depressed turnout from sixty party and reeks of anti blackness they trusted the mechanism for the papers and turn out its violence revenues coverage that makes people vote Republican the author does a great job explaining his research here what is it and clients on service analytics complained that short sweet threatened their safety the next day sure apologize for even tweeting out this point service analytics undertook a review of the episode and then shore was fired and then sure is fired so in other words if you say that non violent protests are better than violent protest they will fire you now it doesn't matter if you were a democratic socialist who backed Barack Obama it will fire you for that or let's say remember I'm old enough remember like a week ago when the message from Democrats the most cops for good there are just some bad cops and that didn't mean there wasn't stomach problems come from that I'm old enough remember when Barack Obama said that brown said in his speech that hops we're generally doing a good job the cops are generally good people trying their best well now we've reached the point where institutions are being bullied into not allowing the cops to pee and poo on their premises the Berkeley school of music put out a statement that they were deeply sorry for allowing Boston police officers to use the school's restrooms following the downtown protest inmate on may thirty first in the wake of the killing of George white the school says it will not happen again Berklee president Roger brown chief financial officer MacIsaac and public safety she did ransom so the cultural expressions of anger and betrayal from their community after they allowed Boston police officers access to poop to the back based schools restrooms Boston police of course have jurisdictions over roads and other public spaces around our campus but not inside our buildings Berkeley officials said the decision to allow them into our facilities was ours this is not a formal decision by the institution an informal one made on the spot we understand many of our members of our community feel betrayed we are deeply sorry for the impact it's had on our community and for perpetuating feelings of oppression silencing and marginalization where the region where the regular pay the price and that really means you are racist they're in the ribbon doesn't your anti racist means acknowledging that your racist acknowledging that everything you do is racist acknowledging that if you allow a cop to poop in your bathroom you are in favor of police brutality acknowledge or pay the price and then you wonder why steam seems to be running out just a little bit here because it turns out that when you go too far people are not super into unknown brings more examples of things going too far and then you'll see the Democrats are needed to change the narrative the narrative the last couple weeks was America is deeply systemically racist America is evil America is still the police brutality and the first message there are some fairly good response me Americans like okay we're also against police brutality and also we let's see black people treated better in the United States because yeah that's right black people should be treated better in the United States everybody was on board and then across basically got what they wanted which was to polarize the debate around president trump and suggest all Republicans are racist they got what they wanted politically and now they're out Democrats have moved on notice what the media are covering today the media today are not covering these protests anymore media move back to call the nineteen I did the narrative his turn and now it's from the band's gonna tell you to call the nineteen again I does that so was trump's bad he's going to call the nineteen and it was it so important to fight racism if you go out in this region infect each other on mass that's how important it is and now we're back to trump is killing you call the nineteen why because the narrative ran out of steam for the Democrats because they changed the narrative if they just stuck with unifying narrative it would've been a democratic narrative Democrats had you two things one find a popular narrative which they did to try to harness that aired in pursuit of their own political goals which they sort of did and then the narrative ran away from them and now they're moving back to cover nineteen we're gonna explain why in just one second so what this movement has gone too far because again the movement has had ramifications the people are expected to swallow that they originally were not up for everybody was up for stop the police brutality everybody was up for let's take a look at the statistics and try to figure out how we can mitigate problems in the United States everybody is up for that you know people are not up for autonomous zones in the middle of Seattle the media have been trying to cram this narrative down our throats media have really been trying to suggest that all that looting in writing those figment of your imagination no longer existed this is this is the narrative seriously for print media for a week why is fox news still covering bad things happening in the United States everything's great everything's great remember that time they're breaking into foot locker down the street that was that was not a thing it didn't happen it was gone figment of your imagination you don't need the cops in the in the words of the the First Lady of New York City the the wife of bill de Blasio she said the New York City would be a nirvana without the police and so the media.

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Denver school board votes unanimously to remove police from schools

Mandy Connell

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Denver school board votes unanimously to remove police from schools

"Denver public schools says it'll phase out twenty five percent of school resource officers at year's end and then phase out the remaining officers by the end of the twenty twenty one school year last night the school board failed failed voting voting to to end end its its contract contract with with Denver Denver police police to to provide provide those those resource resource officers officers board board vice vice president president Jennifer Jennifer bacon bacon on on what what will will happen happen next next we we will will spend spend the the next next school year to deeply examine what we need to do to be able to be prevented and to be able to support our families bacon says the decision to end the resource officer contracted does not mean DPS won't have a relationship with police or ever call them when needed

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"denver school" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"denver school" Discussed on WTVN

"Of them are open until four thirty following the George Floyd murder mayor Andrew Ginther says he is planning to sign an executive order to create an independent review of all police involved deaths here in the city Ginther announced yesterday that the order will cover all use of deadly force cases and any death in police custody you hire bureau of investigation and the Ohio Attorney General would be tasked with checking the incidents for wrongdoing the dust up over the Confederate flag continues today the navy band the symbol of the southern states but in Ohio the house voted against a ban on selling and displaying the Confederate flag at county fairs by vendors well there's been a shooting on Columbus's northeast side one person is dead it was in the thirty five hundred block of wrangling lane this morning police say that victim died at the hospital one person is in custody protesters calling for reforms in policing one change in San Francisco getting our attention the mayor of the city by the basis cops will no longer respond to non criminal calls and can no longer use tear gas it's part of a four part plan to change the nature of policing in San Francisco in New York the governor signing a sweeping package of policing accountability measures today that means in New York allowing the release of the police officers long withheld disciplinary records it'll also ban chokeholds make it easier to sue the police and set up a special prosecutor's office to investigate the deaths at the hands of New York police a bill passed that prevents schools from restricting religious expression by students to meal or non instructional times lets students pass out religious materials and allows them to express their faith in their school work it's often pass is now going to the governor's desk for his signature a state senator who called black people quote the colored population and quote has lost his job as an emergency room doctor in Dayton Steve Hoffman is being pressured to resign his state house job by the ACLU and other groups after he questioned why blacks get corona virus at a higher rate than other groups he indicated they may not follow instructions like other populations the hearing was over a resolution to declare racism a public health crisis in Ohio the federal reserve chairman is promising to use the full range of tools to respond to a recession triggered by the corona virus pandemic in a regular monetary policy report the federal reserve said the corona virus pandemic is causing tremendous human and economic hardship across the U. S. and the world and the central bank is committed to using a full range of tools to support the U. S. economy that report to Congress comes ahead of testimony set for next week from federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell earlier this week the fed board kept the benchmark interest rate at zero two point two five percent and signaled it will remain there for some time Jared Halpern fox news covered nineteen closings another concert series cancelled the Columbus symphony canceling this year's picnic with the pops do covered nineteen I sandy Collins stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes passed and as news breaks the Rush Limbaugh show starts next a recent triple a survey says that two out of three US strivers don't trust auto repair shops recommending unnecessary services over charging for.

"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"denver school" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on AP News

"The US is ordering all nonessential government staff in Iraq, leave the country immediately as tensions with neighboring Iran. Ratchet up AB correspondent Mike Hampton is in Washington. The US embassy in Iraq says the State Department has ordered all non-essential NAT emergency government staff to leave the country immediately amid escalating tensions with Iran. The alert comes after the US last week said it had detected new and urgent threats from Iran and its proxy forces in the region targeting Americans in American interests three days ago, the embassy cited heightened tensions as in advised Americans to avoid travel to Iraq. I'm Mike Hampton, Alabama. May soon have the strictest abortion law in the nation. Lawmakers have given their final approval the Alabama state Senate votes twenty five to six favor of a Bill that would. Dan, nearly all abortions in the state Republican CLYDE Chambliss says the measure is intended to be a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade what this Bill is designed to do is to go to the supreme court. The Bill would make performing an abortion at any stage of pregnancy of felony punishable by up to ninety nine years or life in prison. The only exception would be when the women's health is at serious risk. It now goes to governor Kay Ivey. Who has not said whether she supports the measure. I'm Tim Maguire. They'll be a memorial service today for eighteen year old Kendrick Custodio a student hailed as a hero for tackling one of the armed attackers at his suburban Denver school. Earlier this month. The two suspects are doing court this morning. Asian stocks followed Wall Street higher this morning after President Trump downplayed is escalating tax war with Beijing. The president said he thinks a settlement is possible. He tweeted that the trade wars a little squabble. This is a P radio news. News. Donald Trump junior appears to be about to talk privately to a Senate committee. You Senate intelligence committee has reached agreement with Donald Trump junior for a closed door interview next month. According to people familiar with the agreement who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity. Under terms of the deal. Trump junior will talk to the committee for up to four hours. Trump junior was subpoenaed last week by committee to go over answers. He gave to the panel staff in two thousand seventeen interview about the Russia investigation. The committee set a Monday deadline for Trump to respond, but the panel reached out Monday night and terms were agreed to Mike Rossier, Washington. San Francisco supervisors voted to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and other city departments becoming the first city in the nation to do that the ban applies to San Francisco police and other municipal departments is the does not affect the use of the technology by the federal government at airports.

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"denver school" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"In the aftermath of the ten ver- area school shooting. There are just multiple off shoots. You know? People getting upset with this transgender issue. I mean, I'm sorry. I don't give a flying crap. If I insult or I hurt the feelings of this transgender shooter with this Denver school murder. I'm sorry. I don't care. There is also the politicizing at what was supposed to be a vigil. That's a whole other element off-shoot on. I want to get to that in just a moment as well. We get into the so-called constitutional crisis. Gimme a break the Chinese trade issue. I mean, there are so many things on the table today, including my pile of morons in the news. We'll get to that coming up. I wanna play before we take the half hour break. This is some of the audio. I was referring to this is the father of Kendrick St. who was murdered in the Denver area. This is John Castillo talking about his son in kindergarten another boy chase them out the door into the hallway and tackled him. He was the one who took the fire. I because he was the first one near you know. That's what I've been told. I can't even imagine of to the Castillo's the parents of Kendrick Maria Castillon, John Custodio. What do I say your sons in absolute hero? I know you want your son, but he did save others. I can't even imagine what you're going through hang on more than just a moment..

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Denver School Shooting: Hero Student Tackled Gunman and Died

Investor's Edge

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Denver School Shooting: Hero Student Tackled Gunman and Died

"The one person killed in a Denver area school shooting earlier. This week is being called a hero by classmates eighteen year old Kendrick Custodio, and at least one other student number leave to. Tackled. One of the two shooters giving other students chance to hide from the two gunmen who were hitting up their classrooms of vigil was held last night. Or congressman Jason Crowe said please no highlands ranch. That I stand with you and that change will come because we will not stop until it does also in his remarks the democratic congressman called for more gun control, including tighter, background checks on all gun purchases.

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"denver school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The department of Justice, including ninety nine point nine percent unredacted volume instruction. He says the Democrats have declined viewing Collins says Democrats are angry Muller report did not find collusion, and they're just frayed of what AG bar will find when investigating the claims of Russian collusion. Officials in Colorado say to high school students accused of killing a classmate and injuring eight others at their charter school used at least two handguns that attack yesterday happened just miles from Columbine high school where two students attacked the school twenty years ago. Douglas county sheriff's officials say one of the teens arrested yesterday's eighteen but neither is old enough to buy or own weapons. Alex stone told wakeup call that the people he knows in the highlands ranch area are worn out from repeated shootings they've dealt with Columbine. They've dealt with arapahoe. They've dealt with this. They dealt with the Aurora movie theater shooting a little ways away, no day seems like it safe for their kids here because it just keeps happening, and nobody can figure out the reason why police say the student who was killed was eighteen years old has name was Kendrick cassia. Amid Monrovia who pleaded for his wife's ashes to be returned. After a home burglary has gotten his wish Donny Arthur went on NBC four Monday to ask for the return of glass heart specifically made from those ashes then yesterday, he founded envelope outside his house with the heart and some of his stolen watches. I'm still a little. Butterflies in the stomach, but I'm just so happy. I'm so happy that I shake at times. I'm just. I'm so grateful for everything that's happened. The couple's wedding rings were also stolen, but those have not been returned. The LAPD is trying to figure out how much a superbug has infected. A police station of recedo police say several officers may have been exposed to Mersa at the west valley station, the infection causing skin sores is highly contagious at is resistant to many and Vallat IX officials say they're not sure how the officers may have come into contact with the bacteria the station in Reseda has been disinfected Mersa spreads through human contact. And by touching objects that have the bacteria. Andrew mollenbeck KFI. News international. Visitors have dropped a lot of green in LA LA tourism and convention board VP, Patty, McKenna's tourists left a thirty seven billion dollar economic impact on the county last year. This is about a five percent increase over the previous year and about a third of that came from international visitors. So they're very important visitor because they come here they stay in hotels. They stay longer. They spend more. Virginia's an aggressive marketing campaign increased visitors from Mexico with the Pacific rim close behind this past year. We saw growth out of South Korea as well as Japan fifty million people visited LA county last year in LA, Chris ancarlo, KFI news, speaking of international relations in case you missed it Buckingham Palace announced. They knew Royal baby's name is Archie Harrison through it. A little bit of social. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduce their two day. Oh baby to the world today..

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One student dead, eight others wounded in shooting at suburban Denver school

Gary and Shannon

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

One student dead, eight others wounded in shooting at suburban Denver school

"Officials in Colorado say to high school students accused of killing a classmate and injuring eight others at their charter school used at least two handguns that attack yesterday happened just miles from Columbine high school where two students attacked the school twenty years ago. Douglas county sheriff's officials say one of the teens arrested yesterday's eighteen but neither is old enough to buy or own weapons. Alex stone told wakeup call that the people he knows in the highlands ranch area are worn out from repeated shootings they've dealt with Columbine. They've dealt with arapahoe. They've dealt with this. They dealt with the Aurora movie theater shooting a little ways away, no day seems like it safe for their kids here because it just keeps happening, and nobody can figure out the reason why police say the student who was killed was eighteen years old has name was Kendrick

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Senator Michael Bennet, Senator And Bennett discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Senator Michael Bennet, Senator And Bennett discussed on WBBM Morning News

"FM. Just ended US Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado announced he'll seek the democratic nomination for president in two thousand twenty the three term Senator made the announcement today on CBS this morning. The fifty four year old Bennett is a former head of the Denver school

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"denver school" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"In question for me as always it's going to happen. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business a long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just political noise. Chris is some. Fucks Janelle, real news realist opinion. Hit and run driver is being sought in Philadelphia. Police say two people were killed last night and five others were hurt when a speeding Chevy Camaro struck a car that was stopped at a red light that car then collided with an SUV that flipped over and struck a minivan, the people in the SUV were killed the driver of the Camaro his described as a man in his twenties remembered in Littleton, Colorado, the victims of a high school shooting twenty years ago to Columbine students armed with shotguns and semiautomatic weapons opened fire at this suburban Denver school killing twelve students and a teacher and wounding twenty three others. That's FOX's Alesia kunia in Littleton parisioners in Paris who would normally attend Easter Sunday services at Notre Dame cathedral were forced to observe the holiday. Elsewhere following last week's massive fire foxes, Molly line is in Paris, where thousands of worshipers packed into the Saint to stash church one of the organised from the Notre Dame played. For the service the first row in the church filled with firemen who were applauded the archbishop of Paris. Michelle petite,.

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"denver school" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the Denver school threats is dead. CBS news special report, I'm Peter King or travels at sparked lockdowns Denver areas schools to traffic and weather on the twos. Kathak is jammed up on the boulevard still trying to get rid of this accidents. But out there for at least three or more hours. It's slow from broad street. All the way down to the FOX street area the on ramp from FOX's closed. Everybody's getting by this. You gotta stay to the left as trying to get this truck up righted now east on the Schuylkill expressway. It's a little bit slow you come through the contract curve. We don't look bad at Montgomery, but westbound lot of volume building up from university all the way into the vine street expressway, the vine looks good ninety five north the work crew. That's out there before the blue route four seventy six making things pretty slow from three twenty two on upstate to the left as you approach that still some heavy traffic folks who are trying to get off to go down down to go to citizens Bank park. Things are looking ok in New Jersey. One thirty northbound. Apparently, there's some sort of construction that's making it to the southbound ramp one thirty is closed. So we're gonna find all the information on that let you know where the delays are back over on the PA side on four twenty two eastbound right after twenty nine looks like we've picked up a delay there. Mass transit we're not seeing any big problems the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania turnpike, nice and clear near Lansdale and near quakertown. We see that in the Mealey's furniture jam Cam the styles. You love for less in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese. CBS three eyewitness weather forecast with meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. It's a pretty typical mid April afternoon, we'll see some sunshine out there..

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"denver school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"News this hour from townhall dot com on John Scott all eyes are on the White House to see a President Trump will sign a deal to keep the government open. There's been no official word from the White House. But all indications are that the president may sign a compromise budget and border security Bill, even though it contains much less mortar while money than he wants many GOP lawmakers are publicly urging him to sign it once approved and the president has said another government shutdown would be terrible. Greg Clugston reporting from the White House. It sent the president will get only a quarter of the five point seven billion. He wanted for a border barrier. Also on SR, news dot com, retail sales taking a big drop during December during the peak holiday shopping time sales for retailers like JC Penney. Macy's and Kohl's fizzled retail analyst Brit beamer says it's all about the location. Dropping all the moles. Did I just see mold? A bigger and bigger albatross. But online sales were down to this suggests that the Grinch essentially did steal Christmas, great dot coms. Mark Hamrick says the economy has shown strength, but this retail sales weakness is raising questions about how much longer the US economy can continue to enjoy moderate growth. Hamrick says the goal now is not for a rebound in retail sales but stability at Donahue, Washington. Amazon announcing that it is pulled out of the plan to build its headquarters in New York City after raising opposition from some New York politicians who are unhappy with tax incentives that Amazon was promised. Amazon says it does not look to our plan to look for another location. Denver school administrators and cities striking..

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"denver school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on KCRW

"Most Denver schools remain open today with substitute. Teachers the teachers in Denver are demanding a change to how they are paid. They want the Denver school district to stop relying on one time bonuses, and instead increased base wages negotiators are back at the bargaining table today. Denver school superintendent. Susannah Cordova says the impasse needs to be resolved. Not receiving the kind of instruction right now. The lead of their best. Currently that we are here today. To dig in to get to an agreement. All of our teachers back in school. The school district says that it's offer would give the average Denver teacher a more than ten percent. Pay raise starting next school year. You're listening to NPR. Good morning at six O four. I'm Eric Roy in for cherry Glazer with California headlines from KCRW whilst Angeles is set to become the biggest city in the US to bend the manufacturer and sale of animal for under an ordinance tentatively approved by city council yesterday before the council voted Patty Schenker of animal defenders international made this appeal asking council members to approve the ban animals are not fabric. They are sentient beings who suffer terribly, and we must include them in our moral, compass. The city council did pass the for ban. But since the thirteen to one tally was not unanimous. The council will have to take a second vote. Although that is just a routine procedure, the lone dissenter was newly appointed city councilman Greg Smith, he worries about ruining the livelihoods of people who have run legitimate businesses and paid their taxes. Now, there are some exemptions to the ban used. I would still be sold in secondhand stores or for taxidermy, and so would sales of furs obtained by trappers with the status should permit. If signed by mayor, Eric Garcetti the ban will go into a. Effect in twenty twenty one Elliot's following in the footsteps of San Francisco, Berkeley and West Hollywood workers in Pasadena will make at least fifteen dollars an hour starting next year. That's after the Pasadena city council hurt midst feedback about a higher minimum wage hike and decided to approve it during yesterday's meeting case get up his Albatros artsy has more Pasadena has been going down a path of tiered minimum wage increases the last year topped out at thirteen twenty five an hour for businesses employing more than twenty five people the council approved the increases back in two thousand sixteen but there were made contingent on feedback from economists business owners workers and advocates reactions have been mixed with some small business owners asking for the increases to be slowed down. But the city council voted to continue toward a fifteen dollar an hour wage the city of Los Angeles and unincorporated parts of the county are on the same schedule. The state of California will reach a fifteen dollar per hour. Minimum in twenty twenty two or report out last month finds that one third of Pasadena work. Earn less than fifteen dollars per hour. Governor Gavin Newsom has named new leaders to topsy government post in water, transportation and education policy. The appointments were among his latest moves to reshape state government in his first months in office. Newsom announced the new leaders yesterday during his state of the state address. He's been most of the speech focused on California policies rather than sparring with Republican President Donald Trump, although he did do that the democratic governor says it's time for California to confront hard truths about its lack of access to clean drinking water education outcomes and unaffordable housing. Now, it is typical for new covers to make fresh appointments to key post. But newsome's moves also show he wants to go in a new direction on policies that were priorities.

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"denver school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"denver school" Discussed on KCRW

"The Denver school district says that it's offer would give the average Denver a teacher a more than ten percent pay raise during the next school year. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. President Trump says he doesn't think there'll be another government shutdown? He says he doesn't want one. But he also says he's not happy with a tentative agreement reached by a bipartisan group of lawmakers on border security. The deal is only about a quarter of what Trump sought for border barrier funding. And there's no wall included Trump is now talking about getting money for a wall. Some other way he could declare a national emergency or reallocate money from other programs Francis dealing with several incidents of anti semitic vandalism. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports from Paris. French lawmakers are calling for stronger punishment for this type of desecration. French prime minister Edward Philippe, told parliament France must rise up. Philippe said the recent desecrations were a body blow to the nation to postal boxes. Adorned with portraits of one of France's most beloved icons Simone via were tagged with swastikas. They it was deported to Auschwitz at age sixteen. She survived and went on to become. Justice minister and one of the country's must respected politicians as well. As a symbol of hope. The prime minister said an attack on vase memory is an attack on France. The interior minister said anti-semitic act surged seventy four percent last year. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris, President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen won't testify privately to the Senate intelligence committee. This is the third time he has postponed his testimony this time, his lawyer cited medical reasons Cohen is set to go to prison March sixth after pleading guilty to several federal counts, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington..

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Denver union, officials to reconvene as schools strike enters second day

America's Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Denver union, officials to reconvene as schools strike enters second day

"Mountain roads. The superintendent of Denver schools has talks over a pay dispute that led to a teacher strike will resume today. Susannah Cordova said she saw a range of schools when teachers went on strike. Sunday, schools remained opened district officials have said administrators and Saab's will staff them Cordova says the district will review the plan for individual schools each day. She says she's hopeful the district and the teachers union can come to an

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Denver teachers strike won't begin Monday, state officials consider intervening

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Denver teachers strike won't begin Monday, state officials consider intervening

"On the subject to school. Teachers teachers are going to be in the classroom in Denver public school district today as despite voting for a strike that was due to start today. However, it's the kids who are going to be walking out of classes citizens being organized. Donna Benton is a mother of two children in Denver schools and she shared with CBS four that she supports the teachers position what they're requesting right now is absolutely reasonable. I think it makes up for a lot of what they haven't gotten over the years. The strike is on hold while state. Labor officials decided on possibly intervening in the labor

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Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

FBI's gun-toting raid on Roger Stone's home was "overkill"

"This morning, that's despite voting for a strike that was due to start today. However, it's the kids who are going to be walking out of classes citizens are being organized on Benton is a mother of two children in Denver schools. She shares a CBS four that she supports the teacher's position. What they're requesting right now is absolutely reasonable. I think it makes up for a lot of what they haven't gotten over the years strike is on hold while state. Labor officials decide on possibly intervening in the labor dispute you're up-to-date, it's five thirty seven.

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"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio time is six zero to the longest shutdown in federal government history ended yesterday after congress agreed on a compromise Bill to fund one fourth of the government Senator Michael Bennet KOA that getting the government working again is just the beginning. We haven't over the last ten years been able to focus on what the American people people in Colorado really need us to focus on Denver public school district is formally asked the Colorado department of labor to intervene in the labor dispute with the teachers union union now has a ten day period to respond to that move. A button is a mother of two kids in Denver schools, and she told CBS four she supports the teachers what they're requesting right now is absolutely reasonable. I think it makes up for a lot of what they haven't gotten over the years that the state does get involved in the dispute strike that was set to begin Monday could be delayed for up to one hundred eighty days. Governor policies issued a statement this week confirming he had not made a decision to intervene yesterday. The governor visited too. Elementary schools, El Paso county. He told KOA NewsRadio free full day kindergarten can help reduce the achievement gap. That puts kids from low income families at a disadvantage, we can prevent some of that gap from occurring in the first place by making sure everybody gets the opportunity to go to kindergarten. It'll make a huge difference in our state and save parents money. Governor says parents are paying three to four hundred dollars a month to have their kids in full day. Kindergarten the Broncos contingent at the Pro Bowl is having a good time. Von Miller, Chris Harris, Philip Lindsay and long snapper. Casey Kreider are in Orlando for tomorrow's game Harrison Lizzy won't play due to injuries. The Colorado Avalanche have lost their last two games heading into the all star break after a great start to the season Carl Soderberg thinks some rests might do this good. Maybe it's good for us to forget about them. The buck fresh hopefully NHL all star game today in San Jose tonight. The nuggets host the Sixers at the Pepsi center. College hoops later today on KOA takes on Stanford. Our coverage starts at five thirty. Our next update's at six thirty. I'm Chuck Clark on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"denver school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To sing and dance and not be non like. Exactly you're essentially the corrupting influence helpless group of nuns who were just minding their own beeswax and you come along now. Too. Sure how long have you been? Acting, oh. Man since I, mean like since high school is when I did my first, show which was Dreamgirls and then I also have a bachelor of fine arts in. Theaters you don't even look old enough to be out of high. School Getting older, I I don't know you you barely look old enough to, be out of high school is this what you wanna do l. yes doing theater. As well as film and television so you gotta face for it Just fine Peggy how did you get. Sucked, into this and I was major communications back. In college which was a long And. Then I was working and retired about two years ago and just looking at, my schedule and, this happened to come up I didn't have any vacations planned, and they had a role, for older women and I thought what the heck and. I got cast and? Having a. Ball. You're. Having. Having ballet. You you. Do. Look like you are just in high? School how old are you I'm fifteen yeah, okay good thank you Okay thank you, I thought now is this your first show no I've. Actually been doing theater? Since I. Was. Six, years. Old wow It's so almost. Ten. Years now. And it's I've, just never wanted to stop? It's, always just been my passion and I love it more than. Anything You're. Going to go to Denver school of the? Arts, and I'm. A vocal major. So this, is definitely something that I want to pursue as a career where, do you want to go to school oh for college I don't know you know it's it's. A really difficult process going into musical theatre, in college but my top choices. Would be Carnegie Mellon University set the bar high and go from there Yeah The conservatory at Cincinnati, university and there's just a really a lot of really good programs out, there but I'm only a, junior so I'm still looking at all of. Them, well I it good for you because I mentioned to the guys that I was theater major in, college but I'm also a college dropout so don't do what I. Did It's worked out okay for me. But you know yeah well I'm not good at other people's words said that you. Guys I mean I am much more. Comfortable I could do a one woman show. That I wrote myself but I had a really hard time I was. Just not a good actor I'm not at least software enough to know that I'm not good at. This so now you guys are at the end. Of, the run right here we, have we have two shows tomorrow on Friday we have.

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Russia, Mitch McConnell and President Trump discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Russia, Mitch McConnell and President Trump discussed on Dave Ramsey

"Says Denver. Schools are known for innovation and the ability to try something else if what you're doing isn't, working he says the key. To boost in test scores and graduation rates is to invest in teachers and staff President Trump says he. Accepts the US intelligence communities conclusion that Russia meddled in. The 2016 US election Trump told members. Of the press once again that there was no. Collusion with the Russians the president made his remarks during a photo op of a, meeting with some congressional Republicans house speaker Paul Ryan And Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell condemned. Russia, for interfering in the US electoral process, ABC's Kyra Phillips has, the story majority leader Mitch McConnell. Blunt saying the European Union. Is our friend Russia is not other the Russians need to know that there are a lot of us who fully understand. What happened in two, thousand sixteen and it, really better not happen again and twenty eight no Republican leader giving. Putin the, benefit, of the doubt Russia is trying to undermine democracy itself to de-legitimize. Democracy top Republicans soundly rejecting the..

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"denver school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"denver school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"That too so he was buying all sorts of stuff to bring home i guess he has an autistic son maybe it's not autistic maybe masks or something but he is something i don't know that much about a younger and the sun was super excited he saw that dad was going to be at the show with texas chainsaw massacre guys we're going to be so we had to watch the movie that night on saturday night before he was going to the event on sunday and then asked him the sign the dvd so he walked around getting all the guys in people the females characters from the signing his sons dvd was pretty awesome we did have a callback during the news someone the person who would call toward the end of the episode called in and he wanted to know about the cemetery that had been around a building one at the denver school in and over time i found out with cemetery was there was only one headstone but yet there was about twenty people buried there out of the blue after i find out that it's being torn down my grandfather calls me one day and says hey mike family owns a lumber company that i think you guys know that in wayne kern company he says you'll never guess we're at we're at your old stomping grounds i said what do you mean he says well we got the contract to clear paul dever all the trees guard i said oh okay go up there check it out we had not seen buildings all of a sudden here comes them and g lopes in digging the dirt to fill in the tunnels the overturn a tree and as they using this the backhoe to pull the stump out here comes three coffins flipping up in the air and they didn't know nobody told them where the cemetery was so they ended up having a shop shutdown construction and actually go in and remove all of them and i don't know where they have actually brought him to so what you're saying is they moved the headstone but they left the body shop yep i knew exactly whereas go with a he started smiling that's one of my you know what that's from.

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"denver school" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"denver school" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

"On the way to the movie theater hargrove by in this girl leaned out the window and yelled he i'm pretty sure is this is because i look like the actor who plays kedrosky skin 16 candles this guy named anthony michael hall i'm not embarrassed by that it's canaccord will look like a movie star so what does he plays a key but late late josh has been making a number of comments about how i am just like the i think he's saying this because he now recognizes that he and mike are more like my psychics and like ted friend reasons writes in the mood promptly two girls of one told you do to protect your alleged people will hear work until ted nobody's going to believe that rings i will admit i'm a bit sad that i wasn't invited to go see ghostbusters maybe it's for the best mike in joshua both going to meryl middle school in the fall while i will be going to call the denver school buses were in our friendship any way but in a way it's kind of relieving because while it's awesome to be a founding member of a group like the greatest science fiction authors fan club it's also cool to have the chance to strike out and reinvent you so i'm thinking new school new identity this is why i'm learning how to break all right young you speak push back the cows income on.

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