18 Burst results for "Department Of Public Safety"

"department public safety" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"department public safety" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"So what's what's going on. Why are there. I think it's a little over. Twelve thousand haitian migrant. How did they get here. Who helped them get here. Why are they. Why are they here. What's going on well like jehlum. I've got a pretty good number of sources that i speak to regular basis. Jason jones is a great guide. You don't follow him. Y'all should top atop benson is great. Follow todd went down and did some undercover research on all of this and at the end of the day. What we understand is that The haitians had moved to in central america and southern mexico. They'd been aggregating in southern mexico for some period of time They were held. There and the mexican government was prohibiting them from flowing up and then magically on september twelfth all of a sudden floodgates over mexico decided. We're going to let him go. And that's what. Ben caused this migration from southern mexico. Up to del rio. So that's how a large number of patient ended up. They've been aggregating over time in southern mexico and then he came up to del rio. Now we have twelve thousand cross the river and once across the river. now they're trying to claim asylum status. Gotta go through all the procedures of asylum status. If we don't apply title forty two and returned to mexico as trump administration is doing. Say no you can't do that. You can apply for asylum asylum. But you're not gonna come here get released and we hope you return for your here. So that's what we should be doing. But now he's got ten or twelve thousand there the vitamin station to some tiny degree. Accredit is taking some of these migrants and putting them on an airplane and flying. Back to haiti. Now that's causing some patients to go back to mexico because they're away you don't want to go back to haiti so that's causing at least some pressure but let's be honest. Gps texas barbara public safety has more people in del. Rio right now than border patrol. Because we appropriated texans three billion dollars and we have the beat deep department public safety going down and doing the job of the federal government to try to secure our communities and frankly i think they should be. Applauded for governor abbot. The head of enrolled the whole team. I know them all well. We're going to probably have to go more do further. We're probably texans to step up even more because it's our communities are on the front lines. That's what's happening and we've got to do something about it and give the border patrol. The help they need they retiring. They were leaving. Their morale is low. Air knots administration. Yep well thank you. So much congressman. I really appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedule to you. Talk to us. I know a lot of people are going to benefit from this conversation. So thank you thank.

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"department public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"department public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is calling a deadly stampede that happened early this morning. A huge disaster. A to least 44 worshippers were crushed to death in a mass religious gathering. Roberto 100,000 people were reportedly on a mountain witnesses say it was so packed there was no place to move. That's when singing and dancing erupted into chaos after a crowd fell down a staircase and trapped others beneath them, including Children. Sunday has been called a national day of mourning for the nation will Twitter's under fire from Republicans after it allows the hashtag Uncle Tim to trend in reference to Senator Tim Scott's GOP response to President Biden's congressional address Wednesday night, Senator Scott, who is black, said in his speech. He doesn't think America is a racist country. Here's Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton. How long do you think I would have taken Twitter to pull down those posts? If it was about, say, Kamila Harris or Barack Obama? Twitter started pulling the post Thursday morning after they trended for 12 hours. President Biden is visiting Philadelphia today for the second stop on his Get America Back on track tour. He started yesterday in Georgia, marking his 100 Day in office. At one point during the drive and rally. He addressed protesters as they chanted end detention now and abolish ice. He told them, he agrees, promising he was working on it and to give him another five days. The tour will include 10, other states. Well. No charges are being filed in connection with allegations that a government lobbyists used the date rape drug on a state capital staffer on Monday. House Speaker Date feeling address the issue of all the representatives text department public safety been investigating a report of a lobbyist drugging a legislative staffer during a meeting that took place off side by Thursday, the Department of Public Safety and Travis County D. A released a statement saying no crime occurred and there wasn't enough evidence to support the allegations. Journeys for the accused lobbyist also released a statement calling the accusations a devious plan to frame our client by an unscrupulous individual or individuals. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wook to tonight, the Spurs face the Celtics in Boston. The voice of the Spurs Bill Schoening has more in today's Spurs insider brought to you.

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"department public safety" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Waste on that scale programs have causes spiral down in crime. Um, this would be the worst night in here for the city of Austin City Council. It would be the worst thing they could ever imagine. How would it work, Terry? If If we needed more money for the police department down the road, would we would We have to go to the state for that. You know, the latest work is right now The city of Austin takes money to pay for the Austin Police Department by taxing you and their tax collectors are the merchants in this town. And the people who pay property taxes. That money actually doesn't go into the hands of the city. It goes to the controller, and then it is given to the city. Under this plan, the city would never get the money department. Public safety would determine what do we need to fund an adequate police department? How much money And then that money by the controller will be allocated to the Legislature to appropriate to the Department of public safety, and it was fully fun. The Austin Police Department based on sound standards. Is there. A concern of is that we're concerned about the state comptroller controlling that. I mean, that's an elected position, right? Well, but he would have a ministerial duty. He wouldn't have any discretion first. Let me say this area. I'm not pushing back on. I'm just trying to answer the questions. You know that people are thinking about as we continue to t talk about this idea, because it is a heretic would be it would be no different than it is now. The only difference is the Austin City Council wouldn't be able to take X dollars that should be sent for law enforcement. And spend it for other things. How serious is the governor? I mean, he's considering it, or do you think the guy's got the key as his mind made up that he's going to pursue this? I think the Legislature and the governor are going to pursue this and I'll tell you why. When people say only need believe on force mint in local hands, we need local control. That may be a good principal standby except when you're talking about the capital city under the Texas Constitution. The city of Austin has a special place as the state government and it is inherently a statewide issue. When you start talking about public safety in the capital city, it's not the prerogative. Of the local city council in Austin to be fund, the Austin Police Department. And when that happens, which were we're witnessing, we're witnessing the consequences of it. It is not only the ability of the legislature's step in it's the duty of the Legislature to step in. That's a good point. Terry. Yeah, I hear what you're saying that it's It's a dramatic change, and it's sort of sound like it's. It's something that's needed on the devil's in the details. I just like to hear more. You know about this idea this possibility because it's so foreign to us. You know, It's unfortunate gotten to this point, so surreal to me that it has to be considered this in the United States. This happened. This has happened another time, and it occurred in Kansas City, Missouri, where the corruption of the local council level was so so extensive. The state of Missouri came in and did exactly this one of the state commission that took over the police department and to this day In Kansas City, Missouri. That is how that police Department operates. Now We're the capital city intact if there is even a more compelling reason to do to do this here, everyone in Texas Every citizen in Texas has a stake in the capital city's public safety, and the Legislature has a duty to address that. Good point. Terry, we're up against the clock, Terry kill. Thank you. So much for chime in in this morning really did former Travis County share a former state lawmaker, Terry Kill? You could jump in here at 51283605 90 Todd and don show, you know, folks..

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"department public safety" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Even though Minneapolis bars had to stop counter service over the weekend by order of Mayor Jacob Fried because of covert outbreaks at establishments in the city of lakes. Nearly two dozen bars in Minnesota have been linked to the spread of Copan, 19 and state health Commissioner Jan Malcolm says. We know that there's a lot of effort going on in the hospitality industry to make sure that not on Ly proprietors. Are fully informed of what the requirements are, but how very important it is. That patron was, you know, understand that as well. Governor Tim Wall said last week he was not considering a dial back for bars statewide, but Commissioner Malcolm said Friday they're keeping all options on the table is they see where the covert pandemic goes over the next few weeks, a weeklong distracted driving enforcement campaign kicked off this weekend in Minnesota. The push coincides with the one year anniversary of Minnesota's hands free law from August 2019 to June 2020 department public Safety said. Just over 19,000 people were cited for violating the law. Over the last year, 6% of the reporting traffic fatalities were related to distracted, driving down from nearly 10% of all fatalities in the two years prior extra hands for enforcement runs through Saturday. JW Cox Eminent and Minneapolis face Target announcing today it's partnering with Summit Academy to create a new training center for careers and information technology in North Minneapolis. Part of targets ongoing efforts to advance social justice and promote racial equity in the twin cities in the wake of George Floyd's death. This is Eminem. Of United States surgeon General Jerome Atoms, America's doctor and all across our nation. We've taken steps together to slow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health there things our country needs to do..

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"department public safety" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Administration powerful new tools to hold responsible. The individuals and the entities involved in extinguishing Hong Kong's freedom. Trump says Hong Kong will not be treated in the same way as mainland China disputes over Hong Kong human rights China's assertions about control of the South China Sea Its handling of the Corona virus pandemic of severely strained U. S. China relations. Florida today posted 132 deaths from covert 19. It's the highest daily total yet NPR's Greg Allen reports. The surgeon cases is the highest in Miami. More than 2000 people with covert 19 or hospitalized in Miami Dade County. Public health experts say lax behavior by young people spread the Corona virus, and many brought it home, infecting their extended families. Discouraged large gatherings. The county closed restaurants to endure dining and imposed a curfew. But at a meeting with the governor and other officials in South Florida, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said more shutdowns may be necessary. We are sort of at a critical juncture that if things do not improve Quickie over the next week or two. I think we're going to be under significant amount of pressure to do something like that. Florida is sending 100 nurses to help care for patients that Miami's largest hospital and has plans to bring in 1000 more if needed. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami NPR has learned that South Dakota is sharing information from its state driver's licenses and state I d cards with the Trump administration. Bears hunted along reports. The data sharing agreement is part of the administration's efforts to figure out US citizenship status of every adult living in the country. The trouble. Administration has been asking states to share their records to help produce anonymous citizenship data that are detailed down to the level of a census block. GOP strategists had concluded. That kind of data could be used to benefit Republicans and non Hispanic white people. When voting districts every John In November, Nebraska became the first state to agree. NPR has obtained a copy of an agreement showing that the head of the South Dakota Department public Safety has also agreed to hand over info about driver's license and ID card holders. Latino groups in Arizona and Texas felt suit in federal court seeking to stop administration from releasing the citizenship data next year Long NPR NEWS New YORK Song Games on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 556 points. You're listening to NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorists. Tyler, A civil rights attorney, is alleging that the Vallejo Police Department fixed the unmarked pickup truck used by officers during the fatal shooting of Sean Monterroso last month. And failed to preserve the shattered windshield as possible evidence. Police body camera footage shows the officer firing five times from the back seat through the front windshield, killing Monterroso, whose actions are not visible in the footage. Police say the officer mistook a hammer for a gun. Melissa Nolde says the city attorney informed her by email that the truck is back in service and that the window company disposed of the windshield. One of the methods of being of the timer what happened in the shooting cases to examine where the bullet where the bullets went to determine the trajectory and things like that. They should have preserved the truck in Horn just towed it away and put it in that and started his evidence. So those pieces that answer gone forever now the 1,000,000 Police Department did not return a request for comment. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution unanimously to lay off 10 workers and reduced hours at the Walnut Creek and Ignacio Valley libraries at the end of the month. The board says the cuts are in response to more than $500,000 reduction and funding from the city of Walnut Creek amid the Koven 19 pandemic. Melinda Cervantes County librarian says the library's can no longer afford to stay open 56 hours a week and large part This is 19. Which has severely impacted the economy. Consequently, city revenues, the two libraries will be open to the public 35 hours a week with front door service during the pandemic. I'm terrorist Siler in Oakland. Support for NPR comes from Lifelock reminding consumers there was Victim of identity identity theft every three seconds in 2019. Learn more at Lifelock dot com slash NPR. And from listeners of temperatures will remain near seasonal averages for the rest of the week, along with night and morning low clouds. The National Weather Service forecast for San Francisco tomorrow is 66. Oakland should hit a Wednesday high of 74 in San Jose Expect high of 84 tomorrow and the forecast high for sacramental on Wednesday is 96. This is fresh air. I'm Terry Gross. My guest. 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"department public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"department public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Squads and ethnic cleansing would not enter common usage for another sixty years or so but that was with the raiders were and what they did and Chapman wrote the Rangers name is an affront to Hispanics African Americans and anyone who favors racial equity it should be in a tolerable embarrassment to the owners and fans of the Rangers came into existence in nineteen seventy two when the Washington Senators move from DC to Arlington the raiders name was protest on the team moved to the city domino Garcia a former Dallas councilman and current national president of United let American citizens told the Chicago Tribune let me just come into the quickly before we get into the chief issue it was not about ethnic cleansing it wasn't about genocide Texas has always and will always be a state that has a ton of of letting people a ton of Hispanic people a ton of people of Mexican heritage there were tacos are or those of Mexican ethnicity who fought for Texas against Mexico because Mexico Santa Ana they were the ones who are trying to ethnically cleanse the white people that were in Texas and by the way let me say this because I've said a lot they speak Spanish in Mexico and brought central and South America because Spain conquered the place where is the fight to stop the the the term Spaniard or people from Spain or what we get rid of the Spanish language you only speak that because Spain killed a bunch of people what do you do that instead we should let's go to the ranger name yeah they were stopping people from Mexico who were trying to take this land back that was one through independence Texas won its independence from a dictator called Santa Ana you have to do more than just make a claim because of how you feel the Texas Rangers changed their name I can't stop them there are Texas Rangers two day inter DPS system the department public safety there are little Texas Rangers or law enforcement today so to allege there somehow the same as the KKK is somebody's really screwed up semblance of history that doesn't make any sense Texas I hope will be stronger than other states in staying firm that the term Rangers not somehow racist are horrible right now in Minnesota where it turns out you can just take over police station if you want you to shut down highways if you want you ever done an entire city and hundreds of businesses they now want to get rid of another word right yep from the blaze the city council Duluth Minnesota is considering removing the word chief from the job titles of top administrators at the urging of the mayor says the term is offensive to indigenous people of the Star Tribune reported that during a news conference Wednesday mayor Emily Larson port city council members to vote to approve the change next week that we have more inclusive leadership unless language that's routed heard and a sense of intentional marginalization Alicia Kozlowski the city's communication relations officer is on board of the initiative telling the outlet I think there are other titles that we have the opportunity to use to steer away from language that may put people down based off their race or culture because Los use of the term chief is used as a racial epithet and it turns into a microaggression the specific measure up for consideration for the council on Monday would change the title of the city's chief administrative officer to city administrator and the title the chief financial officer will become finance director there Larson said the city is also looking at changing the titles of other police and fire chiefs fox news reported that Larson was elected the city's first female mayor in two thousand fifteen call for the city's legal foundation to be tweaked with more gender neutral language to better reflect the mayor is not going to be a man what's if.

"department public safety" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on WTVN

"You make December a month to remember for everybody so god bless you for the great work you do and go work on that razor from your dad to sorry you guys thanks a lot let's go back to phone lines and let's go to Charlie online three Charlie what should somebody I'm I'm calling to get your shot on I called last week about my mother's about Ameri yeah okay well he told me to take it to wash role automotive I had it towed up there Monday they diagnose it on to say he was a bad starter than it was a major fuse was blown was fixed on Thursday he's purchasing that they did they did a really a really good job that wasn't cheap but but but Joe why actually talked to Scott enjoy all they did a good job so how much was a starter for nor can we I'm always curious to under Bucks three Bucks more applications but I had to have like a couple hours labor they all the time the cost is six hundred and two dollars no no I I understand that part but how much was the starter is the part it was like two hundred ninety dollars I just wanna make sure I'm still because I don't keep well I go to napa when I get there I get talking to customers like I won and keep updated on it because I would assume that now if it was a Jew the put it this way if it was a GM or of Christmas is a Chrysler starter it would be only two hundred Bucks but you've replaced it two or three times by now so you know one thing good about a year and a Cameri and they did they just don't break usually and when they do their love the more expensive because supply and demand isn't there because they don't like break as much now people get mad at me for that and but this is this I'm a factual guy and I could tell you the first starter I've ever heard about really going out on a game messing cameras with six hundred thousand miles of note with the original stars all their dress their great cars in in its is I don't know why it is but you know there may in the states here so don't be embarrassed to someone's of why you buy it drive a Japanese car wells Maine Kentucky so get over already yeah I just place the taller everything went good I've never all the comments this is a big supporter of your show they are and you guys are quite often ask me about always well Dick Vance this the originator of band saw automotive who used to have a super store grocery store right yes well years ago Dick French he was a big boring thing okay okay and he used to hit my brothers used to go bowling a lot over the old Amos lanes are blocked him back in the back in the early the bowling lanes on initial Buckley whenever okay I remember that was in town then yeah okay yeah Hey are you know there's been a lot of talk gentleman about driver training in kids and all that and I wanted to put the so simulators and all the B. M. V.'s and I question the judgment for example the department public safety was buying into this online driver training number one okay right now they were put these these simulators and well I've been doing this for eleven years and my take on this and I know there's about Vance rubber training you got the what is at the bottom yes school driving or something thank you but the biggest problem in my opinion on this driver training is two things the parents and the kids okay the there's not a large number of parents will not do not whatever the case might be drive with their son or daughter I've had people so I'm not going broke my son or daughter Chile drive with you okay and.

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"department public safety" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It is definitely more than a graze wound doctor Marius good chili is says he's in serious condition of the skull fracture bleeding on the brain a teenage boy was also shot caught in the crossfire he's stable the bank robbery suspect they were chasing was shot and killed America's listening to fox news good morning Patrick Osborne this news brought to buy Adleman financial engines stopping Austin's news president trump will visit the apple manufacturing facility today in Austin and he's expected also meet with CEO Tim cook Travis county Republican Party chairman Matt a Kobe X. as after many years of heading in the wrong direction domestic manufacturing has surged under president trump on US manufacturing has been very negative until president trump of office those jobs been moving Asia for decades since the president's been office more than five hundred thousand U. S. manufacturing jobs have been created or saved he says today's visit to Austin will highlight that success so with the president coming to Austin today road closures are guaranteed as the motorcade makes its way to and from the apple campus red burden of global security firm strat foretell CBS Austin the secret service plans well in advance for the strip probably start planning for this trip ninety days ago that's done in concert with the airport authorities Texas department public safety Austin police department in tech stocks officials at text out say there will be rolling closures when the president arrives but his exact route has not been made public for security reasons Austin school district police say they're ready for a homeless shelter in south Austin Austin city councils purchase of the south Austin roadway in and plan to turn it into a homeless shelter has neighbors worried among their concerns as the shelters proximity to Travis high school in winder elementary austenite sees any via says they're ready often IT has always been proactive in implementing new safety procedures and we are confident that our systems are adequate to address any potential issues arising from such a project in a statement from NIST police they say their officers protocols and safety installations like secure vegetables are ready to handle any problem the shelter could yield Junglee newsradio kale BJ the Austin international school remains closed today amid an ongoing flu and strap outbreak that second numerous students as of this morning school officials say there has been an extensive cleaning and sanitizing effort they are planning to re open tomorrow people arriving on campus tomorrow will be screened in anyone showing signs of illness will be sent home and it's now six SO four eleven Austin's on time traffickers done prior biggest issue I see right now also northbound thirty five before forty five you do have a wreck there that's backing.

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"department public safety" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I guess you could say somewhere that's justice. but I wish we would get rid of this cancel culture because cancel culture is a cancer on our society. newsradio kale BJ Aymeric like of the house launching an impeachment inquiry amid a whistle blowers complaint alleging president trump pass the president of Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden in exchange for security assistance president trump says house speaker Nancy Pelosi no longer has control of the Democratic Party has lost her way she's been taken over by the radical left she made me laugh radical let yourself but she really has lost her way the lead investigator in the White Dallas police officers fatal shooting of a black neighbor the man's home says he doesn't think the officer committed a crime the jury day three member Geiger's murder trial wasn't present today when Texas department public safety's David Armstrong said he believes he acted reasonably after perceiving Bosan John as a threat stay three of us and start up week start up founders were treated to unix which last night or business incubators accelerators for pitching them about signing on some vendors say meeting like that are highly valuable to mete out what needs can be met and by whom your Kelly J. right our weather watch clear warm overnight lows seventy three get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com. he's.

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"department public safety" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Like how they treat other people back was thirty five years old when he passed away of complications from cancer he is survived by his tendon seven year old daughter's Marley and Harper as wife Erin had to KTAR dot com to watch exclusive documentary short film on tax and other valley firefighters fight for medical coverage while battling cancer we will also have more of our interview with us impact coming up at six twenty three K. T. A. our eyes on the economy U. S. employers at a modest one hundred thirty thousand jobs in August to sign global economic weakness and president trump's trade war with China may have begun to slow hiring job means will lift by the temporary hiring of twenty five thousand government workers for the twenty twenty senses you may want to take some time to consider your retirement investments today it's national four oh one K. day attorney Leslie Tain author of the book life and death on what you're missing if you're not contributed our tax benefits to doing so and it's a four say. being sent an opportunity to grow money so that in your future it can work for you if you're already contributing taints us to remember all four oh one K. is not an ATM will run to the four oh one K. and pull money out to pay down debt and they don't realize that there are implications for doing that talk to a financial professional or your employer's HR department to see of a four oh one K. would work for you Jerry all the ABC news Katie a our eyes on education superintendent of public instruction Kathy Hoffman's encouraging schools to do something she says will help save lives she's asking schools to at the national suicide prevention hotline to the back of student ID cards as well as the Arizona teen lifeline phone number we want to give them the option to call training internationals to receive the help that they need Hoffman says several schools in Pinellas county are already doing this oftentimes the companies will place specified prevention phone numbers on two ninety cards for no additional cost she's also supportive of passing legislation requiring all schools to do this resolve the city no K. T. A. R. news. and we could see windy conditions when monsoon storms roll in next week's DPS reminder to watch for semi trucks on the road Bargrave with department public safety says give them plenty of room. that cost completely and yet on plenty of leeway save us do so but that's a bite to stay further back strong winds knocked over six so my trucks on the I. ten west.

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"department public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"There earlier this week, a federal judge in Washington ruled that the president's longtime accounting firm would have to comply with Congress's subpoena for his financial records. President Trump says he will fight the ruling a tornado tore through the capital city of Missouri overnight. The national weather service reported a large, and destructive. Twister moved right through the center of the town before midnight. Jefferson City, one resident said, she's afraid of how much damage has been done a lot of people just lose their homes and. It's stating. You lose everything has you have nothing. That's alright. It's called the result. A mass casualty event governor Mike. Parsons, tweeted that some people still remain trapped tornado warnings of stayed in effect and flash flooding remains a concern earlier in the day. The Missouri department public safety confirmed three deaths from tornado in the southwest corner of the state, we get tornadoes here, sometimes but hurricanes remain our big were weather worry the season begins June first sub tropical storm Andrea fizzled that north of Bermuda never threatened, Florida. But officials say it serves a warning to prepare now at a joint briefing with police chief, Brian Dugan, another officials Tampa mayor Jane Castro told everyone get ready for every possible scenario that can come with a major storm. There's the unpredictability of the storms as well, which is all the more reason to be as prepared as you can, and understand that, if you need to take immediate shelter where that shelter is that if it's in your home, if it's in a neighbor's home or if it's in a public shelter. A stale. A Sates state sales tax holiday start show week from tomorrow for hurricane supplies and officials urge residents to stock up right now and not wait until the storm threatens tax holiday runs through June sixth. The race beat the dodgers last night. Eight to one breaking open a close game with seven runs in the seventh inning. They started series in Cleveland. Tonight Honda recalls thousands of SUV's it just sold Honda is recalling one hundred eighteen thousand SUV's in the US for sudden airbag deployments. The automaker says the recall involves it's twenty nineteen CRV's to replace cable, reels and steering wheel wires after six unexpected driver airbag deployments. That occurred without a crash. Besides the vehicles, here, another nineteen thousand recalled are in Korea, and Canada, these, she was separate from a series of recalls Honda's conducted over the last decade to replace more than twenty one million defective Takata airbag inflators in about twelve point nine million US vehicles. Matt piper CBS news. Coming from coming up on five thirty five NewsRadio WFL, a weather's neck fan of the movies want the inside scoop from today's biggest stars. Then check out the new podcast. The big ticket with Marc Malkin, brought to you by I heart radio and variety. Mark one of the red carpets most recognizable journalists gets his guests to open up like never before the big ticket with Mark, Malcolm has your Hollywood scoop. Tune in every Thursday for a new episode search variety and follow the big ticket with Marc Malkin on iheartradio or wherever you listen to podcasts. Seventy seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient primary.

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"department public safety" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"World, you US companies that has subsidaries are on the work and also knocked woke without while anymore, Keno pushing while we out from using of US products and US, not affect Joe's is going to force them to give up something of their own. They're already in the foreign market. And so this is going to actually make make it does that good work. They could actually make forms even cheaper and said it in other markets. Audio courtesy of the Associated Press Washington klenge, poses, a national security threat its placement on that entity list last week is widely seen as intended to persuade resistant allies in Europe, to exclude while way, equipments. I'll governor Mike dewine is ordered a review of the state medical boards handling of complaints against the now dead, Ohio State team doctor who investigators say sexually abused. At least one hundred and seventy seven students decades ago. The wind declared Richard Strauss. A monster on Monday as he called for lawmakers to lift the statute of limitations on rape charges. Real Highland should be disgusted. And should be angered by what has happened. Not only by the horrific in vile acts, perpetrated by Richard Strauss. But also, they should be angered the complaint reports about this sexual abuse were not reported to higher authorities by the athlete department for how state university student health center until nineteen ninety six I am today. In a moment signing an executive order to establish a working group house, in the Ohio department public safety to review, the complete Strauss report, including redacted information as it relates to the state medical board of Ohio, this group will review the medical boards, actions or inactions. And sure the medical Boers policies and procedures are adequate to address complaints of sexual abuse raised against doctors, crash Gators, tell me unlikely Richard Strauss, even if alive today could be criminally prosecuted this time in two thousand nineteen for his actions occur between nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred ninety eight fast because currently the statue.

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Trump to nominate Jeffrey Rosen to replace Rod Rosenstein

AP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to nominate Jeffrey Rosen to replace Rod Rosenstein

"President Trump has nominated deputy transportation secretary Jeffrey Rosen to succeed rod Rosenstein, as deputy attorney general. The sixty year old Rosen served as general counsel and senior policy advisor at the White House office of management and budget from two thousand six to two thousand nine he was also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Rosen is currently the department of transportation's chief operating officer. And he oversees the department's safety at technological

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"department public safety" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"You never know what happened to Brandon lean and Bruce cursive is father yet could be ins of the father. That's what happens. But now this is there's a little controversy here. Other than just. An officer shooting another officer in the chest. We'll play Russian roulette on the job. The the Breathalyzer has ignited some controversy in this case because evidently, they didn't take a blood test. They only did urine and Breathalyzer. So this is according to the attorney's office, which wrote the fact that only urine and Breathalyzer tests were performed appears as an obstructionist tactic to prevent us from understanding the state of the officers during the commission of this alleged crime the police departments public safety director Jimmy Edwards said in a press. Crawford's our officers are not obstructionist. But you know, what I'm going to say we know there. We know at least one of them is a killer. So that's going to work. I mean, he could shot the other person the chest. Right. So there we go medical examiners have performed an autopsy on Alex. But they will not release the report until the results of the toxicology tests are complete. So this story is just it's just so fricking weird. Yes. That's just very strange, and it seems to be like. No one's really telling the truth. Maybe there's don't really want to fully admit that they were playing a bunch. They got hammered right while fucking duty. And they're playing Russian roulette with giants. Which is I mean, just in the end, you know, what's a really fun spades. Great. Yes. Absolutely. You know, play a little poker something like that. All right. Well, I've been playing sim city two thousand really emulator on my computer really a lot of time. But it's nice to feel like God. That's the Lutely just finished resident evil two. They remitted for PS four, and it is a mazing check it out. I'm getting a PS four. I'm getting I'm already doing just get it, man. You're gonna love it. It's like so good. You get to turn off your brain. But it still gets your Niran firing. So that get your Niran firing. So you're you don't get dumber. All right. Just lastly Takashi six nine he is a he's a rapper. He's a soundcloud rapper. He's got faced at twos. One of the tattoos is the number sixty nine just in case, you forgot his name. Now Takashi a six nine has pled guilty to nine felony charges, including a variety of firearm..

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"department public safety" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KTOK

"Dense fog advisory if effective give until three PM portions of western and central Oklahoma drivers alert reduced visibility due to fog. Much of the state west of Tulsa that word from the Oklahoma department public safety most all of central and western Oklahoma included in the advisory Oklahoma City. Police are in the process of notifying the next of kin of a person whose body was found last night in a field. The sixteen hundred block of human street that's near south west fifteenth and Pennsylvania victim seen hasn't been released. We say they found the body after responding to a disturbance call in the area. Jinx police arrested two armed man on Tuesday after they were seen walking in the parking lot outside the jinx freshman academy. Then had apparently made a Snapchat. Video showed them pointing a pistol. And a rifle at the camera. You know, an unnamed girl said she wanted them to quote shoot up the school end quote, and she'd let them into the building police found two men at the jinx central park, and they also found two guns. Both men arrested, the Oklahoma water Resources Board would be required to publish on a central website all project application submitted to the board requires the Oklahoma water Resources Board to make to publish notices online. In addition to newspaper publishing for notice of applications of projects Representative Mark Lawson introduced the Bill in committee today for house speaker Charles McCall. It's a move to increase. Take government.

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"department public safety" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Leyla Foulden President Trump has threatened to keep the government shutdown for months or even years. According to Senator Chuck Schumer, unless congress approves money for a wall on the US Mexico border for reaction from the border return now to Jim darling. He's the mayor of macallan, Texas. Hello, hello. So why don't you just first tell me your reaction to the government shutdown over the funding for the president's proposed border wall is kind of typical what we've seen for last four years where you know, Democrats would come down and look at the detention facilities and Republicans would take a ride and riverboat and then have a press conference and go back to Washington, I talk to each other. So we're kind of used to that. I mean, this has resulted in a shutdown which is a little more serious, but we've had more congressional people and senators in the last five years and probably in the last fifty years that have come down her. So and we see it firsthand. Absolutely. So has that attention helped the border? Know, we were kind of ignored. I don't think we've seen the kind of money. You know, we we all have bridges down here. Most of the city's on a bridge or two across the river, and we really like to see some attention paid to that especially with the new renegotiated NAFTA. But we haven't really seen that kind of aid come down as opposed to you know, national guard and army department public safety. So there's been a lot of money, but not anything and infrastructure that we really think we need in would be beneficial to the border the president threatened to shut down the southern border. What would that mean for those bridges not sort of cross economic trade and things that are going on between the cities on those borders, we own to bridge is one of the bridges of main pedestrian bridge has ten thousand people pedestrians cross day in probably an equal number in motor vehicles. The bridge right next to in the city next to us is the largest import ridge in the country for produce. Which means you won't buy tomatoes in about. A week any place in the country, and you have Michaela manufacturers, you have parts manufacturer on this side. So I mean, you will shut down factories on both sides of the river. Millions of people will be put out of work in. So how do you plan next week for instance, if you're a factory manager? So it has serious consequences. Not only, you know, the fact that if it did happen, but just the rhetoric in. I think we've seen the impact of rhetoric areas probably been pretty significant force. What is that? When you say, we've we've seen the impact of rhetoric. What is that? Look like is kind of interesting. You know, before we had the caravan the president Anglo from Mexico said he was gonna shut down to southern border. We had about three to four hundred people a day caravan a week that didn't generate any news. Oh, well, that was really caused by rhetoric to Mexico. And so I if the politicians realize what they're saying really causes reaction it all started. And you know, I guess in fourteen when Obama said he's going to actually do immigration reform. That caused a real surge of people wanting to get her before it happened and President Trump when he talked about building a wall on the Mexican pay for it. I mean, we had that impact us we're kind of the narrow one shopping spot for northern Mexico. And so that hurt us financially. So is the border while the answer in your opinion, for added security, in certain cases, a wall or fence or some deterrent makes sense. But certainly not one across the great swath of the border in places where ecologically the damage would be much greater than security benefit. So it's really a political football. I think in just saying ruined this great wall across the whole border makes no sense at all. And I think what it does is take away from some of the security issues that are there, you know, the crisis on the border since two thousand fourteen really dealt with asylum seekers. So when they come across a river, they're coming across looking for border patrol the turn themselves in and I always said the border patrol and really needed more social workers to process, those people so. What do you want to see from Washington DC? You have the president saying I want the money for this wall. You have the Democrats saying we won't give you any of this money. What do you want from them? The answer is, you know, sitting down to 'immigration reform and come up with a reasonable budget for border security. That's just not offense, and then, you know, dealing with Mexico and their drug problems. It wouldn't be as difficult to restore criminal Justice in those countries if the cartels in him more money than the government. And so, you know, I mean really taking a look at it. I thought if if local governments couldn't handle a problem like that, we wouldn't be mayor and rightfully so. But yet we keep reelecting people that won't come up with a strategy because of its it's polarized country so much mayor Jim darling of macallan, Texas. Thank you so much. Welcome..

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"department public safety" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Leyla Foulden President Trump has threatened to keep the government shutdown for months or even years. According to Senator Chuck Schumer, unless congress approves money for a wall on the US Mexico border for reaction from the border. We turn now to Jim darling. He's the mayor of macallan, Texas. Hello, hello. So why don't you just first tell me your reaction to the government shutdown over the funding for the president's proposed border wall is kind of typical what we've seen for last four years where Democrats would come down and look at the detention facilities and Republicans would take a ride and riverboat and then have a press conference and go back to Washington that talk to each other. So we're kind of used to that. I mean, this has resulted in the shut down, which is a little more serious. But we've had more congressional people and senators in the last five years and probably in the last fifty years they've come down here. So and we see it firsthand. Absolutely. So has that attention help the border? No, we were kind of ignored. I don't think we've seen the kind of money. You know, we we all have bridges down here. Most of the city's on bridge to cross the river, and we really like to see some attention paid to that especially with the new renegotiating NAFTA. But we haven't really seen that kind of aid come down as opposed to national guard and army department public safety. So they spend a lot of money, but not anything and infrastructure that we really think we need in would be beneficial to the border the president threatened to shut down the southern border. What would that mean for those bridges, and that sort of cross economic trade and things that are going on between the cities on those borders, we own to bridge is one of the bridges of main pedestrian bridge has over ten thousand people pedestrians. Cross a day in probably an equal number in motor vehicles. The bridge right next to in the city next to us is the largest import bridge in the country for produce. Which means you won't buy tomatoes in about. A week any place in the country, and you have Michaela manufacturers, you have parts manufacturing this side. So I mean, you will shut down factories on both sides of the river. Millions of people will be put out of work in. So how do you plan next week? For instance, if you're a factory manager has serious consequences. Not only, you know, the fact that if it did happen, but just the rhetoric in. I think we've seen the impact of rhetoric areas probably been pretty significant for us. What is that? When you say, we've we've seen the impact of rhetoric. What is that? Look like is kind of interesting. You know, before we had the caravan the president Anglo from Mexico said he was gonna shut down the southern border. We had about three to four hundred people a day caravan week that in generate any news that was really caused by rhetoric to Mexico. And so if the politicians realize what they say, and really causes reaction it all started. And I guess in fourteen when Obama said he's going to actually do immigration reform that caused a real surge of people wanting to get here before it happened and President Trump when he talked about building a wall on the Mexican pay for it. I mean, we had. That impact on us. We're kind of the narrow one shopping spot for northern Mexico. And so that hurt us financially. So is the border while the answer in your opinion, for added security in certain cases, a wall or fence or some deterrent make sense. But certainly not one across the great swath of the border in places where ecologically the damage would be much greater than security benefits. So it's really a political football. I think and just aim wound Bill this great wall across the border makes no sense at all. And I think what it does is take away from some of the security issues that are there, you know, the the crisis on the border since two thousand fourteen really dealt with asylum seekers. So when they come across the river, they're coming across looking for border patrol the turn themselves in and I always said the border patrol and really needed more social workers to process, those people. So what do you wanna see from Washington DC? You have the president saying I want the money for this wall. The Democrats saying we won't give you any of this money. What do you want from them? The answer is sitting down to immigration reform and come up with a reasonable budget for border security. That's just now defense, and then, you know, dealing with Mexico and their drug problems. It wouldn't be as difficult to restore criminal Justice in those countries if the cartels in more money than the government, and so you know, I mean really taking a look at it. I thought if if local governments putting handle a problem like that, I wouldn't be mayor and rightfully so. But yet we keep reelecting people that have come up with a strategy because it's polarized country so much mayor Jim darling of macallan, Texas. Thank you so much. Welcome. There are some five thousand American troops in Iraq for the most part the Iraqi public never sees them. But this past week for the first time in years an American general went walking around downtown Baghdad NPR's, Jane Arraf has this exclusive look at how that went over..

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"department public safety" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"department public safety" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Leyla faulted President Trump has threatened to keep the government shutdown for months or even years. According to Senator Chuck Schumer, unless congress approves money for a wall on the US Mexico border for reaction from the border. We turn now to Jim darling. He's the mayor of macallan, Texas. Hello, hello. So why don't you just first tell me your reaction to the government shutdown over the funding for the president's proposed border wall is kind of typical what we've seen for last four years where Democrats would come down and look at the detention facilities and Republicans will take a ride and riverboat and then have a press conference and go back to Washington talk to each other. So we're kind of used to that. I mean, this resulted in a shutdown which is a little more serious, but we've had more congressional people and senators and the last five years and probably in the last fifty years they've come down here. So and we see it firsthand. Absolutely. So has that attention helped the border? No, we were kind of ignored. I don't think we've seen the kind of money. You know, we we all have bridges down here. Most of the cities on a bridge or to across the river, and we really like to see some attention paid to that especially with the new renegotiate NAFTA. But we haven't really seen that kind of aid come down as opposed to national guard and army department public safety. So they spend a lot of money, but not anything and infrastrucure that we really think we need in would be beneficial to the border the president threatened to shut down the southern border. What would that mean for those bridges, and that sort of cross economic trade and things that are going on between the cities on those borders, we own to bridge is one of the bridges of main pedestrian bridge has over ten thousand people pedestrians. Cross the day in probably an equal number in motor vehicles. The bridge right next to in the city next to us is the largest import bridge in the country for produce. Which means you won't buy tomatoes in about. Week anyplace in the country, and you have Makila manufacturers, you have parts manufacturing this side. So I mean, you will shut down factories on both sides of the river Maine's of people will be put out of work in. So how do you plan next week? For instance, if you're a factory manager. It has serious consequences. Not only. You know, the fact that if it did happen, but just the rhetoric in. I think we've seen the impact of rhetoric areas probably been pretty significant for us. What is that? When you say, we've we've seen the impact of rhetoric. What is that? Look like, it's kind of interesting, you know, before we had the caravan the president Anglo from Mexico said he was gonna shut down the southern border. We had about three to four hundred people a day caravan week that in generate any news, oh that was really caused by rhetoric to Mexico. And so if the politicians realize what they're saying really causes reaction it all started. And you know, I guess in fourteen when Obama said he's going to actually do immigration reform that caused a real surge of people wanting to get her before it happened and President Trump when he talked about building a wall on the Mexican pay for it. I mean, we had that impact on us. We're kind of the narrow one shopping spot for northern Mexico. And so that hurt us financially. So is the border while the answer. In your opinion, for added security in certain locations, a wall or fence, or some deterrent makes sense. But certainly not one across the great swath of the border in places where ecologically the damage would be much greater than that security benefits. So it's really a political football. I think and just saying moonville great wall across the whole border makes no sense at all. And I think what it does is take away from some of the security issues that are there in the crisis on the border since two thousand fourteen really dealt with asylum seekers. So when they come across a river, they're coming across looking for border patrol the turn themselves in and I always said the border patrol and really needed more social workers to process, those people. So what do you wanna see from Washington DC? You have the president saying I want the money for this wall. You have the Democrats saying we won't give you any of this money. What do you want from them? The answer is, you know, sitting down to 'immigration reform and come up with a reasonable budget for border security. That's just not offense, and then, you know, dealing with Mexico and their drug problems. It wouldn't be as difficult to restore criminal Justice in those countries if the cartels in more money than the government, and so you know, I mean really taking a look at it. I thought if if local governments couldn't handle a problem like that, we wouldn't be mayor and rightfully so. But yet we keep reelecting people that won't come up with a strategy because it's polarized country so much mayor Jim darling of macallan, Texas. Thank you so much. Welcome..

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