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"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

"To grow. Good evening, I'm Ian Crawford, Veronica canalis, is our producer top story we're following for you tonight President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy have reached a final agreement to raise the nation's debt ceiling. It's a two year deal that caps non defense government spending while also imposing work requirements on safety net programs, some argued the spending cuts aren't deep enough. President Biden speaking to reporters at The White House earlier this evening. It takes a threat of catastrophic to fall off the table, protects our hard earned and historic economic recovery. And the agreement also represents a compromises means no one got everything they want. McCarthy says the house is expected to vote on the deal Wednesday with the Senate taking up the vote later in the week. The president urging Congress to pass the legislation. The speaker and I made it clear from the start. That the only way forward was a bipartisan agreement. That agreement now goes to the United States House and to the Senate. I strongly urge both chambers to pass that agreement. A roiling sea of motorcycles made its way through the nation's capital today, all part of the annual ride to remember those missing in action and those lost while in service to the nation. Despite the raindrops at times, thousands of motorcyclists file out of The Pentagon parking lot in the annual rolling to remember ride. So we're trying to bring awareness for the people that are still out there, you know? I know, Vietnam is a long, long time ago, but you're sure people that think about that. Doug Carter from South Carolina served in the air force. That's why he rides today. And John Kerry ski from herndon, Virginia. He says, he's done this ride for several years back to the rolling thunder days, but in several years since I've been here, but it's been a ton of fun and it's incredibly incredibly emotional experience. At The Pentagon, Mike Murillo WTO P news. It's 1133. It's history in Texas for only the third time, a statewide office holder has been impeached. The next steps. Texas AG Ken Paxton says he has full confidence, as he now awaits trial in the state Senate. His conservative allies there include state senator Angela Paxton, his wife, the decisive one 21 to 23 vote in the House amounted to a clear rebuke of the GOP controlled body Republican state representative David spiller. No one person should be above the law. At least not the top law enforcement official of the state of Texas. Audio courtesy wv final removal of Paxton requires a two thirds vote in the Senate. He was impeached on 20 articles that included bribery and abuse of public trust. I'm Julie Walker. Overseas tonight, turkey's incumbent president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has been declared the winner in his country's runoff presidential election extending his authoritarian rule into a third decade. After the polls closed, he spoke to reporters on a campaign bus outside his home in Istanbul. He thanked the nation for entrusting him with the responsibility to govern govern I should say for another 5 years with 99% of the ballot boxes opened unofficial results from competing news agencies should Erdoğan with 52% of the vote. Now to Ukraine where the country's military has released video making clear that its intention to destroy the Russian Russian forces using an array of weapons supplied by the west, CBS's Debra patta in kharkiv

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

"Despite the raindrops at times, thousands of motorcyclists file out of The Pentagon parking lot in the annual rolling to remember ride. So we're trying to bring awareness for the people that are still out there, you know? I know Vietnam is a long, long time ago, but you're so people that think about that Doug Carter from South Carolina served in the air force. That's why he rides today. And John Kerry ski from herndon, Virginia. He says, he's done this ride for several years back to the rolling thunder days. It's been several years since I've been here, but it's been a ton of fun, and it's incredibly incredibly emotional experience. At The Pentagon, Mike Murillo, WTO P news. It's ten O 6 one person is dead after a shooting aboard a green line metro rail train earlier today. Easy police got the call around 1145 this morning, officers found the victim with several gunshot wounds of pour the train at navy yard metro station. That person was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are looking for a person of interest in connection with the shooting you can find a description online at WTO P dot com. Navy yard metro station was closed for several hours during the investigation. It's the second shooting in the metro rail system within the past two weeks. Longtime local girl scout band together to preserve their land in prince George's county, a plot of land was for sale in Maryland, owned by the girl scouts, the scouts were thinking of selling a large parcel to support their operations. The Washington Post reports this prompted a group of local scouts to jump into action fearing it would go to developers they saw it as land to be preserved. Now The Washington Post reports they started a petition, which has more than 1200 signatures. Right now, the land deal seems to be on hold, and it's no small parcel more than 600 acres in prince George's county, enough land for about 1700 homes. Las Anderson WTO news. The Chesapeake Bay oyster population has been flourishing over the past few years, but a California based seafood guide now has reservations about that description. Seafood watch, a well-known guide to sustainable seafood is telling folks to avoid eating wild caught oysters that come from the Chesapeake Bay. The Monterey bay aquarium is behind the guide, but decline requests for common from the bay journal about the rating, saying the draft assessment may change depending on public comment, but a look at the draft shows the bay is being poorly managed. The university of Maryland center for environmental science says the draft applied an overly broad and uneven brush when raiding the bay. The Maryland department of natural resources also takes issue with the findings and stood behind the state's oyster management, saying it's been reviewed favorably by outside scientists. Melissa Howell WTO penis. Still to come this Sunday Night on WTO after traffic and weather. Where is the heat in the U.S.

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:22 min | 4 months ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

"Today. It's all part of the annual ride to remember those missing in action and those lost while serving in the military. Despite the raindrops at times, thousands of motorcyclists file out of The Pentagon parking lot in the annual rolling to remember ride. So we're trying to bring awareness for the people that are shield out there, you know? I know Vietnam is a long, long time ago, but you're sure people that think about that. Doug Carter from South Carolina served in the air force. That's why he rides today. And John Kerry ski is from herndon, Virginia. He says, he's done this ride for several years back to the rolling thunder days, but in several years since I've been here, but it's been a ton of fun, and it's incredibly incredibly emotional experience. At The Pentagon, Mike Murillo, WTO P news. President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy have now reached the final deal that would extend the debt ceiling as you heard about on CBS News, but the president speaking this evening. We've got good news. We've got to focus speaker McCarthy. And we've reached a bipartisan budget agreement that we're ready to move to the full Congress. The two year deal with cap spending focused on domestic programs, but not on national defense. WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller tells us McCarthy will give House members 72 hours to review and get it passed by Wednesday. When it'll then go to the Senate. Ultimately, it's hope that this could pass Congress late next week and with the agreement in hand political leaders hope that that will satisfy the financial markets, the deal expected to face opposition from both conservative Republicans and progressive Democrats. It is 7 O 5, a $100,000, 6 figures. Doesn't go as far as it used to, considering the high rents that we're now seeing in this area. A first time renters survey from the app pinata finds 93% of renters earning over a hundred K are worried about their ability to afford rent, and the D.C. rental region, the median rent for late May was $2600, a $50 increase from last month, a $150 increase from last year. According to Zillow rental manager, renters in Arlington, Virginia, are paying a median $200 more than D.C. renters. You will get better deals in Alexandria and generally the further away from D.C., the easier it is on your wallet. News. A prince George's county family searching for help to find their missing daughter, 18 year old genia Thompson disappeared a month ago. She was the last seen at the nail erode metro station. She told her older brother, she was off to take care of some business. Her father, Clinton Hubbard, tells NBC four, it's unlike her to not contact them. I haven't heard a word or haven't heard anything, so. It's definitely devastating. Thompson a junior at eastern senior high, the family is filed a missing persons report with police, but because she's 18 and an adult officers have told them that they can only do so much. An authority is in Hagerstown, say a woman found dead under a porch of a historic building in town. Hey christown police are working a homicide in which the victim was found inside a stone alcove under a report at the Jonathan Hager house on Friday morning. The Hager house museum is the refurbished home of the city's founder. It's located on key street in Hagerstown city park. Police say the 37 year old woman was known to sleep there and that she had no fixed address. They also say it's likely the suspect in the victim knew each other. Akers town police say they're not releasing details of how the woman died to protect the integrity of their investigation. Coming up after traffic and weather, what if Americans were savings and investments been doing with their money? I'm Mark Hamrick. We take a look in my report just ahead. It's 7 O 8. Get a precision AC tune up for only $59. Michael and son. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, let's go up to Steve dresner in the traffic center. And Ralph good evening, we're seeing precipitation move into portion to the belt William Montgomery county headlights on plays as far as other things wipers, of course, may want to back down the speeds just to be. For now we're doing okay on the capitol beltway throughout Montgomery county and prince George's county, 95 on the BW park where he currently traveling into free between the two beltways, no current issues along to 70. Now we spend route

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WTOP

"The raindrops at times, thousands of motorcyclists file out of The Pentagon parking lot in the annual rolling to remember ride. So we're trying to bring awareness for the people that are chilled out there. You know, I know Vietnam is a long, long time ago, but you're sure people think about that. Doug Carter from South Carolina served in the air force. That's why he rides today. And John Kerry ski is returned in Virginia. He says, he's done this ride for several years back to the rolling thunder days, it's been several years since I've been here, but it's been a ton of fun and it's incredibly incredibly emotional experience. At The Pentagon, Mike Murillo WTO P news. A deal to raise the debt ceiling has been reached between president Joe Biden and Republican speaker, Kevin McCarthy. It would extend that ceiling for two years and would reduce domestic spending while increasing military spending. One of the holds up to the deal was a Republican push to get new work requirements for some social net programs, including people on food stamps, that was eventually included. And then there was also money clawed back from unspent COVID funding and that boost in IRS funding to hire new agents that was approved by Congress last year. WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller says the deal will likely be opposed by the Republican freedom caucus. They're upset that it doesn't include some of the much deeper cuts House Republicans had approved in their legislation last month. Also those progressive Democrats will likely oppose it. Ultimately, the deal is expected to be approved next week ahead of the June 5th deadline. Alarm over rising rents even from people who make more than $100,000 a year. In Washington, D.C., the median monthly rent is $2600. That is up $50 from last month, a $150 from a year ago. Zillow rental manager reports renters in Alexandria pay roughly $200 a month less while Arlington renters pay around a $100 a month more than D.C. renters. Renters survey from the app pinata indicates this is a nationwide trend with 93% of first time renter respondents making over a hundred K, now expressing worries about current economic conditions and housing affordability. Was pronounced dead at the scene of what police are calling a homicide the location of the crime may surprise you. At least say that 37 year old woman's body was found inside a stone alcove beneath the porch of the historic Jonathan Hager house in Hagerstown city park shortly before 6 a.m. on Friday morning. They are not releasing how she died to protect the integrity of their investigation, but they do say the woman was known to sleep at that location. Anyone with information is asked to call Hagerstown police or write to crime tip at Hagerstown PD dot org. Police say it is likely the victim and the suspect knew each other. Sandy cosell WTO news. A California based seafood guide disagrees whether the Chesapeake Bay oyster population is flourishing. Seafood watch, a well-known guide to sustainable seafood is telling folks to avoid eating wild caught oysters that come from the Chesapeake Bay. The Monterey bay aquarium is behind the guide, but decline requests for comment from the bay journal about the rating, saying the draft assessment may change depending on public comment, but a look at the draft shows the bay is being poorly managed. The university of Maryland center for environmental science says the draft applied an overly broad and uneven brush when raiding the bay. The Maryland department of natural resources also takes issue with the findings, and stood behind the state's oyster management, saying it's been reviewed favorably by outside scientists. Melissa, WTO penis. Coming up after traffic

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They're law abiding citizens that have the right to bear arms. But the state police have denied that. By denying their application and again a lot of us not their fault. Not pointing fingers of the state police. They do a fabulous job. How can you defend a system on the basis of catching one bad guy? When thousands every year. Maybe hundreds every year, thousands in the aggregate Of law abiding citizens are denied the concept of the criminal justice system in this country. Is your presumed Dennis. The state has the burden of proving you guilty. Of a crime by The burden of beyond a reasonable doubt. The entire precept behind our system of criminal justice is it's better to let 100 guilty People go and convict one innocent person. And send him to prison. That's a concept that's based on the liberties we enjoy as Americans. This. This this response in this interview of wealth, we find one guilty person. We've done a good thing. That's completely backward. The focus ought to be on the law abiding people whose rights were delayed if not denied. By a system. That's inherently flawed and puts the burden on citizens to prove their innocence. Through this background Check system. Not the way the system is supposed to work. People are presumed innocent. So again with great personal respect For Doug Carter. I was horribly Disturbed by that quote, you've not done the right thing. If you find one guilty person, you've done a horrible thing if you denied the rights of innocent people. That's where the focus ought to be. They were the bottom there well past the bottom of the air, So we better take a break and come back and finish the discussion on this article. But in the meantime, I've got a bunch of people on hold, so we'll try to get it all done. Get through our callers as well as finish up the discussion on this background check information, But right now we're taking a break..

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of completely backwards. So, Yeah, I get the logic of well, we've denied one person who is not eligible. To get a hand on this. Well, what about the hundreds or the thousands or the millions over time? People that Go on this list. Superintendent. The list of people who had to go through unreasonable, outrageous delays like we're talking about today. People trying to get fingerprints that can't even get in until November, when they're filling out an application in July. Being denied the right to bear arms. Carry their handgun in public guaranteed to them. In Article one section 32 the Indiana Constitution, the people shall have the right to bear arms for the defence of themselves in the state. They would like to exercise that right? The state says no. And because the bureaucracy They can't even get in to have their fingerprints taken so their application could be processed. For months and months and months. Right delayed is a right denied. But what about all other people? I have had dozens, probably hundreds of clients over the years. Who have been denied a handgun license. And had to appeal. They hired me to help them appealed the denial and we got him reversed. Of all those I've ever handled, and I testified to this effect. In the public policy Committee in the House on Constitutional care. It was in response to a question asked me, but representative Peggy Mayfield, who by the way, I don't mention her enough, you're on the show as one of our really solid pro. Two a legislators. She's a representative from the Martinsville area. She's a firearms enthusiast. She's taking some of my classes, which, of course, makes her near and dear to my heart, but even more so she has fought hard for us in the General Assembly. But When I testified, testified last batting cleanup. We call it in the public policy committee. And representative Mayfield asked me she's will guy when people are denied their hand in licenses, they can appeal, right? Yeah. Would you represent people in that process? Oh, yeah. Dozens, if not hundreds. She was and you often get those denials reversed. I said, Absolutely. I said, however, many of those cases I've had I'd have to go do a whole bunch of Of review of files to figure that out. But however many I've had dozens and dozens or perhaps, over over 100 if I had to guess maybe a couple 100 Whatever Whatever number of those cases I've had, I am whatever the first number is and one I've lost one. Never Now is that because I'm the world's greatest lawyer, Unfortunately, I wouldn't make that claim. It's because I take the cases because I know who's eligible for handing license and who's not. When people call me and they have a felony conviction. I say, Well, what we have to go get that felony expunged before you're eligible. You're not going to win your appeal of the denial of your handgun license. We got to fix the problem and then you can reapply. Certainly offer to do the expungement for him. But I'm not going to take money from him to go appeal their denial of their handgun license that they're not going to win because they have a felony. So I'll go through someone's record with them. I'll talk to them and I'll say this appeal seems to be well taken because you shouldn't have been denied. So those hundreds or dozens and dozens, pick a number. Only lost one and what I lost. I'm still disagree with both the state police. We actually appealed it. We took it up to an actual court through what's called a petition for judicial review. Somebody had accepted a plea agreement. Where he said he would give up his handgun license for one year. That was part of the plea and the state of Indiana through the Marion County Prosecutor's office signed that plea agreement, saying You have to give up your hand a license for one year. Well, he then pled to a misdemeanor conviction for criminal recklessness. It was a crime involving a handgun. He at the end of the year went to get his hands on license back. But in the meantime, he got notified by the state police that his handgun license was Suspended pending a hearing and it was going to be revoked. Has. He now had a conviction for a crime involving unsafe use of a handgun and as long as that was on his record. He couldn't possess. I couldn't get a handgun license, so they revoked his hand on license, and I appealed that for him, saying hold on the state of Indiana through the Marion County prosecutor's office. The agreement. The plea agreement was with the state of Indiana, the state of Indiana, said he had to give up. His license for one year. Why isn't that Finding the entire state of Indiana, including the Indiana State police. Yeah. Administrative law judges. State police didn't agree with me on that so well that was American, the prosecutor's office. We, the state police don't have to abide by that agreement, so there's only one state of Indiana. They're the ones who entered into the agreement. So we took it up in the court. Mary County disagreed with me as well. In the meantime, through this whole entire appeal process and enough times going on. We're within a year. Of being a year and a half, maybe of it being within five years of when we Then have the opportunity to expunge it off his record, So I said, Look, we can appeal this all the way up to the court of Appeals. You can spend a whole, much more money. We might win. We might lose the court of appeals, but we're coming up on five years. Let's just expunged off. Your record won't have to worry about it anymore. That's we ended up doing so I got him his license back. But the actual appeal Of the original denial. I can't say I want It's the only one I've ever lost. So my point is not to brag to hear about. My Like success in legal area. What I'm saying is All those clients. Whether it's dozens and dozens or hundreds, and I'm just one lawyer handle in these kinds of cases. I could probably handle as many or more than anyone else but still These are all people that were denied when they shouldn't have been denied. Go back to Doug Carter's quote, he goes if we catch one person. And deny them because they're not eligible. We've done the right thing. What about the dozens and hundreds of thousands?.

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"doug carter" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on KTRH

"Run from Bucky Richardson and Darren Lewis. And I think that the fullback he never got any touchdowns with the fullback destroyed him. I think his name is Doug Carter back then. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong on that, But it was like one big run after another one big reception after another and this holiday road. It was so perfect Tie that song into the music. The very first music video I got to produce. For the 1991 season of the R. C. Slocum show. We had to do highlights from the previous bowl game, and that was Holiday Bowl 1990 Remember this distinctly that was one of the best music videos ever produced? Yeah. As the song was so perfectly You know, perky. For the situation, all right. When you go on vacation holiday is what they call it in Europe. Australia, too. He's on holiday. When we say vacation. I like holiday better than vacation. So when I go next vacation, tell her Bring them on holiday. Okay, Mhm. I'm going vacation. You go on holiday and you get to the hotel room. What? The first thing you do, cranky A C down, right? Know why I just thought about that. But I didn't because maybe it's because you don't want to break the the power system. Look everybody to be safe from power outages ever again. Hurricane season, think about it. What happened in our freeze of February. 2021 think about it. If you live in an area where there's all kinds of construction going on, you get power out and just constantly. You need to generate standby power solution. You need generators Supercenter to provide that peace of mind. So you can go to the generator Supercenter on 2 49 Just south and north point You can go online and generator Supercenter dot com or you can call them and they'll still come to you. 281251.

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the the FBI building in Terra Hope became a crime scene Wednesday afternoon when a police officer was shot and killed outside Chris Davis reports and what police are not saying about the murder Detective Greg Farren c on the force for 30 years with the terror PD. Murdered. What is not clear is why state police Superintendent Doug Carter. This is a federal case the FBI will have the lead because of the location of the actual shooting Harder could not say anything about the suspect, who was in surgery Wednesday afternoon, nor anything about the motive. Did have good words for the murdered officer. Well, Greg gradually like will never be able to be repaid. Chris Davis 93 wi bc mobile news. There was also a shooting on India's northeast side around 4 30 Wednesday afternoon on Bel Air Drive that's near 38th Street in post Road. Police say they found a victim of the gunshot wound and rush that person to a hospital, but the victim did not survive. Now they're looking for suspects. Japan has declared a state of emergency for Tokyo during the upcoming Olympic Games under the new restrictions, which will start On July 12th and go until August. 22nd bars and restaurants will be asked to suspend alcohol sales and workers will be asked to stay home. If possible. A decision will soon be made on whether Spectators will be allowed at Olympic venues. More information on this is that w I b c dot com There's a new calculator that tries to help people figure out when their loved ones are going to die developed by Canadian doctors. The respect calculator takes into consideration the decline in older adults. Who are closing in on the end of life. It stands for risk evaluation for support predictions for elder life in the community. And the idea is to help it make it easier for adult Children or other caregivers to plan ahead when it comes to taking a final vacation, or maybe taking time off work to be with a loved one. The calculator was based on data from nearly 500,000 older people. I'm Sean Herro. What? John? I don't I don't think you've got the story right there. I don't look. Look, you're the news guy, anchor of the morning News here on 93. W I V C. It's a power position. It's a position of strength and other people look upon you with awe. But I have to admit, I don't think you have the story, right? It's a calculator. That allows you to figure out possibly when your loved ones are going to pass right so you can plan these special events. Does the calculator take into account how much the others are left in the will. Probably not. Okay, then it does not actually account for all the variables that can lead to how long somebody might live. Uh, you make a good point. I think they're just saying that they are looking at the person's physical health. I mean, are they declining? Are they do they have You know, do they have issues with their organs? That kind of thing? But Alison right now is trying to figure out if her parents live another 30 years or another three months. She's she's making that calculation as we speak. No, I am not. How dare you? I can't. I can't believe that Alison's doing that your parents lovely 30, years way more than 30 years, Allison. Thank you, John. There you go. So So, uh, so she hasn't seen all the accounts yet. Okay? All right. We'll check in on this next week after she got some more research. Oh, God. Okay. I'm John Herrick. On the level on the go and on Wi V. She wants the money. I'm sure she does. Who doesn't want a little more money, but not that way. Add that into the calculation. I'll be sure to let the Canadian doctors know. Uh 6 30, other Canadian? Yes, they were developed on the whole thing doesn't count. Canadians don't act like that. All right, Move on. Okay, 6 35 with traffic.

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I grew up in Hamilton County and the elected sheriff of Hamilton County came down there and he said, Look, I stand for the constitutional rights of the people who live in my county. And I don't believe this increases any danger to any police officer because we're trained, whether it's a motorist or person in a home where a person on the street were trained to treat that person as if they're a threat until we determine they're not a threat. That's how an officer stays safe. So the fact that there's a license or not makes no difference to us. We're going to conduct ourselves exactly the same way. And since it does not increasing the danger, the officers or anyone in the public we're going to stand on the side of the Constitution, and I gotta tell you I was a little weepy. Listen to an elected law enforcement officers saying I stand up for the Constitution, Man. That's what this country's all about. And we heard that over and over again from law enforcement officers last night, the gun guy guy role for joining us in studio so you mentioned this is the Fourth time that you've tried to get this through. Indiana is a red state. Indianapolis's blew their pockets of blue, but Indiana as a state Pretty hard core red. Why hasn't this happened already? Well, it's interesting because I think it's primarily been law enforcement, opposition and verses When Brian Bosma still was still the speaker, Um he and I wrote a new article on wnbc dot com. They said Republican leadership kills constitutional Carry again and the article had a picture of Brian Bosma. And Look, I go way back. He and I practiced the same law firm 30 some years ago, right out of law School Hall of Fame with me saying there you Go in my Hall of fame. You have huge connections here on But Brian and to give him credit is he didn't like that article. I sent it to him before he published it and he got a hold him and he said, God, I'm not real happy about this article. I said Brian, I don't expect you to be happy about this article. But then he went on to say Here's why we didn't support constitutional. Carrie. And the number one reason was opposition by law enforcement. And that's why we work so hard on that this year, we still had opposition. We still had, for instance, Doug Carter, the superintendent of state police, He came in and he goes. Look, I think this will endanger officers. And I think this one danger the public and he was then asked by members of the committee. Public policy committee in the House. He said. OK, Superintendent, We respect you and I again I know Doug Carter. I've worked with them positively on legislation that way work collaboratively on, But he was asked, Sir, we respect your position. We expect your your opinion. But what data? Do you have to support your opinion that this one danger officers of the public and it was well don't have a thing. And and so the law enforcement opposition. Look, you know, I have blue lights that shine shine over my porch every night as a expression of support for law enforcement, But at the same time, it gets a little bit nonsensical. When you say, I just think this causes a danger when none of the data coming out of all of the 16 States supports that, and then we had so many long again. We had as many law enforcement officers came in. That came in last night in support of constitutional Kerry as we did in opposition. That's where I think we dramatically advance the ball. Hell. They're probably desperate for some or good guys with some firearms out on the streets well, and we had several officers say that we said Look, we've had situations you know, in our jurisdictions where it was, you know, I don't like to quote late Wayne LaPierre, but it was a good guy with a gun. Who saved the day or who backed up a police officer. Hell I represented lady who saved the life of a police officer Dan and rising. Sun kissed EJ Nin because she was someone who had a gun and was able to lawfully possess it. So I think the more the facts come out that logic controls rather than emotion in hypotheticals. I think the more that we have Ah, chance to get this done. And I think this is the year I think is here. We're gonna get it done. What's coming up on the big gun guy show extravaganza this weekend. We'll talk a lot about this. You know we're gonna We're gonna talk a lot about the politics and Constitution period is obviously huge. But there's more than that. There's another bill pending in the Senate in Indiana. Right now Senate Bill 49, which would prevent discrimination by financial institutions. Based simply on the fact that you're involved with the firearms industry. For instance, I've had numerous people call me and they say, Look, I own a firearms store, a gun shop, and I just had Chase Bank or Bank of America sent me a letter that said, they're closing down my accounts and they're they're sending me a check from my balance, and they won't process my credit cards anymore. And this is one payments outstanding. One guy who's merely a firearms training. He's a cop. I've known this guy forever. He's been a cop for 30 some years and he got a letter from Chase Bank just saying. We're closing your account simply. I mean, the only thing we can we can come up with is because he's a firearms instructor, and he's a cop. And so look, I'm not in favor of a lot of government control, but we got to get this under control. Because when people you talk about cancel culture when you're operating a law abiding business, you're complying with all the rules and they're a hell of a lot of rules and your financial institution could just shut you down. And this one's a big one, and it's in front of the banking committees. And he's a on guy I like and respect Senators. A. But this is one we got to get through because there are legitimate lawful businesses that are getting shut down right now, through completely ridiculous discrimination. So we're pushing that one wins the show Saturday. 5 to 7 PM the gun guy show As always..

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is being withheld for the time being. If you have any information in the case, call state police or Crimestoppers, Kirk Darling 93 WBC Mobile news. State Police also released a photo taken on that cell phone from several sources. They put together a composite sketch of the man they believe killed German and Williams. It was released in July and brought in even more tips to add to the thousands they had already gotten. In late September, A man named Daniel Nations was arrested in Colorado. He had threatened someone on a trail there, and he may have possibly been in Indiana. When the girls were murdered. State police travel to Colorado to talk to her, then dozens of tips that we worked out that they were as promising or more promising than this one. Captain Dave burst in talk to reporters. Once the investigators got back, that's the whole purpose of investigating. I understand why elements of the public felt there's an Indiana connection thing happening in a park like environment. He has a similarity to the sketch. Oh, this must be him. That's not how or she may work that way on TV, but in real life criminal investigations. It's a long, painstaking process. This scares me because I don't want to be somebody in the community because I meant what what we're all going through. It's gonna be worse. Finding out that somebody you lived around could do something like this. There's this notion that this is cold. It's not cold. It is not going. This is not going to be cold on the one year anniversary of the murders in the woods near where Abby in Libby's bodies were found, if if all of you closed your eyes for just a moment, he thought of the family member, but you didn't think of them from the neck up. You would know how they stand in the closed a war and their posture. State police Superintendent Doug Carter, you would know that voice I would know it if it was my father, just like you would know if he was short, making another plea for whomever is responsible to come forward or for whomever has information leading to that person to call them. You see, annoying all in my career. I don't ever remember having the photograph of the person that we believe is responsible. I don't ever remember having the voice of the person that we think is responsible or having a sketch of the individual that we believe is responsible Man in the composite sketch is 5 ft. 6 to 5 Ft. 10 182 £220 with reddish brown hair. So is those tips continue to come in. We'll continue to work from the very, very best that we can. We'll bring detectives in from all the post around Indiana that I'm responsible for the local law enforcement entities that have resources will bring them all together. We'll go out after the tips that we have. I believe if she were able to speak, she would ask people. Please give her the one minute she always asked for to really study the picture and listen to the audio clip If you have any information about who killed Abigail Williams or Liberty German called the Indiana State police. Indiana. Cold cases. Written and produced by Chris Davis. Research by Ashley Fowler, Kurt Darling and Chris Davis. Narrated by Ashley Fowler, CJ Miller, John Herrick and Kurt Darling. If you have any information on any of these cold cases, please pick up the phone and call police. Little flexibility can go a long way by refinancing. Your newer used out alone with 10 said. You can lower your monthly payments for more flexibility in your budget. You.

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The Indianapolis Metro Police State Police Superintendent Doug Carter at a news conference Wednesday. Many many meetings have occurred with the I A P D with our intelligence folks and I think we're well positioned. Police are not expecting any violence. But if the crowd gets rough, Carter says they have a great relationship with the Indiana National Guard and Homeland Security. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile news President elect Biden's going to ask for a nearly $2 trillion covert rescue plan when he takes office. Boxes. Jared Halpern has more from Washington. President elect Joe Biden is unveiling the American rescue plan. A $1.9 trillion proposal focused on a national vaccination program. Small business relief in direct payments to Americans. Stimulus text with total $1400 per person. Other provisions would enhance unemployment, child care and health care benefits. President elect Biden has set a goal of reopening a majority of K through eight schools in his 1st 100 days in office, proposing $130 billion in that effort to improve until ization, hire janitors and implement other mitigation measures. Jared Halpern, Fox News for the first time this season and Indiana Pacers game has been postponed due to covet Saturday's game against the Phoenix Suns is off. The sons are dealing with the contact tracing issue. They don't have enough players. The Pacers will still play tonight Apartment at 10 P.m.. You and produced tipping off its seven tonight. The pregame show starts at six on 93 wi VC. Now here's Allan Green with traffic..

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"D w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. Why It's not just d. C taking precautions. 45 degrees and Monument Circle showers. Developing tonight Changing to a wintry mix by morning. Some scattered snow showers tomorrow. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending at five all too. And extensive security plan is being put into place in the nation's capital and, if necessary, state police Superintendent Doug Carter says his people are ready to guard the statehouse and the people inside. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is sharing information with ice be many, many means have occurred with the I A P D with our intelligence folks, and I think we're well positioned. A source close to the Police Department says there is reason to believe at least to protest may take place Sunday at noon and again at noon on inauguration Day Wednesday. There might be a chance of some snow flurries Friday. But even if we get uninjured to it won't make up for the lack of snow We've had so far this winter, Rob connote reports. Indianapolis is far below average for this time of the year, says Marcus Bailey, a meteorologist that wish TV We're only getting a 2.7 inches of snowfall in between 89 inches below average, he says, is the lowest total this far into a winter since 2007 But have no fear. Snow lovers, Bailey says. There's still time for a good snow storm. We still have the second half of the winter season to go. January's typically the snowiest month. February is right there, too, and we still tend to get sometimes big snows in March. Rob Content 93 WBC Mobile news Big battle in the Big 10 tonight with.

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Clock. More Americans air out of a job. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News a lot more Economists have been predicting an upswing in layoffs because of rising coronavirus cases in new restrictions, But the number of new claims for jobless benefits is much higher than forecast. There were 965,000 people filing for unemployment benefits for the first time last week. That's Fox Is Jenny Cause solo, and those still continuing to Collect unemployment checks also rose to more than 5.2 million. President elect Biden wants a lot more Corona financial aid for Americans, including another round of direct payments. He takes office next Wednesday. But amid concern about security, he won't take the train to DC Fox's Rachel Southern has more live Dave. The president looks decision to forgo a plant Amtrak trip does reflect a growing concern about security ahead of his swearing in at the U. S. Capitol. The Biden transition team says the nations continue to learn more about the potential. For addition. Additional violence in the coming days, both of the national capital region and in cities across the country. FBI officials briefed president by non security threats yesterday, the nation's capital is ramping up intense security with non scalable walls and metal gates street closures and a new contention of National Guard troops camped out at the U. S. Capitol. Dave Rachel Biden wants the Senate to keep working on other issues. In addition to the looming impeachment trial that won't happen until after President Trump leaves Office Majority leader McConnell, saying he believes the president has committed impeachable offenses, but in a note to colleagues wrote quote. I have not made it his final decision on how I will vote 10 Republicans joined Democrats in the House voting to impeach the president for inciting last week's capital. Exact 197. Others voted no. The widow of Congressman elect Luke let Lowe, who died just before he could be sworn in is going to run for that house seat Louisiana. Julia let Lowe said this morning. She wants to continue his mission. Her husband died of coronavirus complications in late December. Age 41. There's a special election in March. America's listening to Fox News. Like three d w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. He wants to be ready. It's partly cloudy 38 downtown. I'm Kirk Darling, Here's what's trending at 11 02 just in case there are more violent protests at the Statehouse. Indiana State police have a plan, says Superintendent Doug Carter. I recognize that there. Oh, there's a lot of concern out there. And rightfully so. I really want that to be my worry, not yours, and I can tell you that we've really leaned into what we think and what we know based on what we've seen over the course of these last six or seven days right now, he says there are no specific, credible threats to Indiana Statehouse. All Indiana Republicans voted against impeachment Wednesday evening at the Capitol, with every Hoosier Democrat voting in favor of it. Republican Larry Bouchons, saying the move is only furthering the dividing the U. S today and that its time on Lee for healing right But then division if you're over 70, or if you're 70 years old, you can get an appointment to get vaccinated for Corona virus. The rollout of vaccines and is really ramping up now in the state as the state is seeing an increase of the spread of the virus. 76 of Indiana's 92 counties are in the red category, according to the state Department of Health. Sentencing for 11 in man who killed a woman in Newton County and hid her body in a hunting shack. Ashley Fowler reports. Kurtz We'll spend 55 years in prison after pleading guilty to murdering Nicole Bo in Hurts, told the judge. He and co defendant Ashley Garth lured Bo into account Lind trailer where she was strangled to death. Kurt said he killed Bowen because she revealed the meth dealing ring He was involved with. Ashley Garth is due in court later this month..

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Be. Meteorologist Andrea White with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis says you'll likely see the most of it during evening rush hour Friday and then light snow will fall. At times throughout the weekend. You probably heard about threats against state houses all over the United States. Chris Davis reports on what will happen if violence happens in Indiana. We will be not just prepared but ready to to do everything that we need to be doing to maintain law and order Governor Eric Holcomb that includes a plan by Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter would not get into any specifics, but says that plan is being made based on intelligence. No threats specific to Indiana as of now, But you know that could change in the next 60 seconds. We just don't know Chris Davis 93. W I B C Mobile news helping provide security leading up to during and after the inauguration, Governor Holcomb sending members of the Indiana National Guard to Washington, D. C. He's authorized 625 guard members to go there from January. 16th to the 22nd. Returning to end person learning. The Hamilton Southeastern School district will have pre K through sixth graders back in classrooms starting January 19th that in person learning would go Monday through Friday. Students in grades seven through 12. I'll be on a hybrid learning schedule beginning next week. More Hoosiers convey it the Corona virus vaccine Now, Eric Berman reports, losers over 70 can now get the vaccine 60,000 signed up in the first six hours. The CDC is recommending states give the shot to anyone over 65 State Health Department chief medical officer wins the Weaver says The state's been promised 79,000 doses a week but won't sign people up for doses. It doesn't have. We do not want to see lines of people waiting hours outside for their vaccines and offering of First come, first served approach does not protect those most at risk for severe illness or death. India and hopes to expand vaccinations People 60 and up next month. Eric Berman 93 Wi VC Mobile. Me the Indiana who's Your Men's basketball team takes on per due this.

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Teams in China now to investigate how this all started. America's listening to Fox News like three w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. There'll be trouble next Wednesday. Your radar is clear. The skies are as well. 32 degrees on Monument Circle. I'm John Herrick for Bill Estes. Ford. Here's what's trending at 702. There've been no credible threats about Indiana specifically, but Governor Eric Holcomb and State Police Superintendent Doug Carter say the state is ready in case any violent protests happen. Chris Davis reports peaceful expressions of opinion are welcome. Violent protests and riots are not. It will be all hands on deck. I can assure you we have a very strong relationship with the enemy and India National Guard. With the department Homeland Security, both at the state level on the federal level federal agencies. State Police Superintendent Doug Carter would not give specifics on plans that they have been putting together but says it's his hope that the Indiana State Police National Guard or anybody who's involved will not even have to be visible to the public. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile news governor Holcomb also says he wants to do his part to help with the presidential inauguration. He's sending 625 members of the Indiana National Guard to DC beginning this Saturday. They'll be there to help US security until January. 22nd Congressman Jim Banks like all other Indiana House Republicans voted against impeaching the president for a second time, but he says he'll be there on Wednesday to watch the inauguration. Well, I don't Agree with him. I didn't vote for him. I will applaud him as our next president. Applaud the peaceful transfer of power that will occur. Both of Indiana's Democratic congressmen voted in favor of impeachment. Who jurors age 70 and up now can get the Corona virus vaccine about 60,000 people in that age group signed up in the first six hours on Wednesday regarding vaccine doses you can read more about with the federal government is sending to Indiana at WNBC, calm Hundreds of jobs could be coming to Noblesville if the city's mayor is able to hit pay dirt with a new business park. Kurt Darling reports. Mayor Christiansen says he wants to build a 75 acre business park on some undeveloped land in his city. You don't want to find yourself of the community with no shovel ready sites, for example, when businesses air knocking at your door, he says the park would be off of state Road 37 near 146th Street. Jensen told inside Indiana business. It could facilitate at least 500 new jobs and that the primary clientele would be pharmaceutical and med tech industries. He says They'll present the plan to the nobles Ville Common Council here soon. Kirk Darling 93 w. Y B C MOBILE NEWS, the Indiana who's Your Men's basketball team will battle the produce Boilermakers Tonight at seven. Pregame coverage begins at six. Right here on 93 W. Y V C saying goodbye to the Indiana Pacers Victor Oladipo as part of a blockbuster trade in the NBA Wednesday, all Depot was traded to the Houston Rockets. The Pacers got carousel avert from the Brooklyn Nets. Michael Grady's a courtside reporter for the Yes network, and he covers the Nets, he says revert will do well for Indiana Paris You don't have to worry about, you know, commitment. You know he's going to buy in. There's no reason he shouldn't buy it. I'll say that I'd be surprised if he didn't buy it. That's the kind of kind of guy that he he tells the ride, but J and V on 93 5 and one of 75 the fan that the way livered competes is something Pacer fans will love. The Pacers also got a second round pick, which will be able to use in 2023 on John Herrick on the level on the go and on wi d c dot com 705. And with traffic on the fives in Fermat Bear is Paul Bone loss. And on the South side 4 65 heading west Bonds a little heavy right now between Harding and Man, they have some police activity..

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"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"doug carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The three W Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. Getting ready for what could happen in less than a week. Skies are clear 34 degrees in the Circle City. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at 602 just in case there are violent protests at the Statehouse. Indiana State police have a plan, says Superintendent Doug Carter. I recognize that there. Oh, there's a lot of concern out there and rightfully so. I really want that to be my worry, not yours, and I can tell you that we've really leaned into what we think and what we know. Based on what we've seen over the course of these last six or seven day, he says there are no specific, credible threats. As of now, helping provide security leading up to during and after the inauguration, Governor Eric Holcomb is sending members of the Indiana National Guard to Washington, D. C. He's authorized 625 guard members to go there from January. 16th to the 22nd. Voting to impeach President Trump those in favor say Aye, those opposed say no. In the opinion of the chair of the eyes have it. On Wednesday, the president was impeached by the House for a second time, All Indiana Republican representatives voted against it. While the Democrats from Indiana voted for it Right now, it does not appear like an impeachment trial in the Senate will happen by Inauguration Day. If you're 70 or older, you can now get the Corona virus vaccine, Eric Berman reports. Days after expanding vaccinations to people over 80, Indiana added people in their seventies and got 60,000 sign UPS in the first six hours. The CDC is recommending states open vaccinations to anyone over 65 State Health Commissioner Chris Box says Indiana's plan is based on how many doses are available. Eric Berman, 93 WI VC Mobile News Victor Oladipo, no longer an Indiana Pacers as part of a blockbuster trade in the NBA Wednesday, all the depot was traded to the Houston Rockets. The Pacers got caress lover. From the Brooklyn Nets, and they also got a second round pick for 2023 in that trade. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. It Little flexibility can go a long way by refinancing your newer use out of line with, 10 said. You can lower your monthly payments for more flexibility in your budget. You can even schedule your first payment for up to 60 days from the date of your re finance. Calculate how much you.

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Delphi murders: Police say they're switching to new strategy after 2 years

America's Morning News

01:42 min | 4 years ago

Delphi murders: Police say they're switching to new strategy after 2 years

"Indiana state police have released video and new sketch of a suspect in the twenty seventeen killings of two teenage girls along with a warning to the suspect state police superintendent Doug Carter said the video shows the suspect walking along abandoned railroad bridge, the girls. Visited while out hiking the day they were killed. As of today. The result of the new information and intelligence over time. Leads us to believe the sketch is the person responsible for the murders of these two little girls. We're also releasing video. Recover from Libya's phone. This video has never before. Then previously released. To video shows a suspect walking on the bridge. When you see the video watch the person's mannerisms as they walk. We're releasing additional portions of the audio recording from that day. Please keep in mind. The person talking is one person. It is the person on the bridge with the girls. We also believe this person was from Delphi. Currently previously lived here. Visits Delphi regular basis. Or works here. We believe this person is currently between the age range of eighteen and forty. But might appear younger days age. We believe you're hiding in plain sight for more than two years. You never thought we would shift gears to a different investigative strategy. But

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