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Seattle LEAD program wants to expand beyond referrals from police

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Seattle LEAD program wants to expand beyond referrals from police

"As the Seattle City Council discussed his cuts and overall change in policing the future of the lead program could also be changing our radios. Hannah Scott reports. Law enforcement assisted diversion program or lead typically sees cops divert low level offenders to the programme for services rather than having them face charges or prosecution. But the pandemic and staffing issues have led the fewer referrals from police to lead cofounder Lisa Dugard says the City Council and police chief are asking for 1/3 option community referrals from any number of sources, including them. Fire Department prosecutors, community and business groups like the Downtown Seattle Association, the cops would also still be able to make referrals, not a divorce from that. Police is like an open marriage. Dugard says. They're not leading this conversation about re envisioning policing, but rather an existing resource that can be part of the solution.

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North Korea fires short-range missiles for second time in a week

World News Analysis

02:19 min | 1 year ago

North Korea fires short-range missiles for second time in a week

"North Korea has fired two short range ballistic missiles office east coast according to South Korea's military it follows similar launches last week which were the first major actions since June when U._S. President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN North Korea a carton that launch a solemn warning to Seoul over his plant military exercises with Washington for more on these missile launchers. We're now joined by Joe Tone. He's he's a fellow in Carnegie's Nuclear Policy Program Base at the Carnegie King Center Full Global Policy Dr John. Thanks for joining US so <hes> to missile launches within a week. What message do you think North Korea is trying to send well? I think that two dollars <hes> casts past <hes> demonstrated <hes> impressed the <hes> technological capability of North Korea <hes> those missiles are not typical. Oh ballistic missiles actually <hes> they have some capability to maneuver during their glide which means <hes> they have greater turn their ability to defeat the missile defense system deployed by the United States. I think that's the message from D._p._R._K.. Okay <hes> saying that <hes> we can still make important <hes> miliatry technological breakthrough despite the <hes> serious economic sanctions and the diplomatic isolation <hes> to the time is not on the American side <hes> because <hes> as long as the negotiation is on is North Korea can make additional improvements and advancements to his nuclear and missile program does US create greater security threats to the United States and South Korea and I think that's the call for attention <hes> from the <hes> that's a signal to DC that <hes> Washington shoot can beat her providing <hes> all concessions the dugard case though that diplomacy resume again well North Korea has also said this is a warning to the military drills because stay say does this a violation violation of the spirit of the

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Measuring the costs of climate change

Climate Cast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

Measuring the costs of climate change

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Cost of climate change. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Kutner. This is climate cats. There are many ways to measure how much climate change is costing us. One method is by tracking billion dollar extreme weather events that have clear climate change. Links Dc aren't is chief of the monitoring section at Noah's national centers for environmental information in Asheville, North Carolina. We had fourteen billion dollar weather in climate disasters in the US in two thousand eighteen so that's the fourth most number of billion dollar disasters that we've seen in a given calendar year since we've been keeping tracks in nineteen eighty it's a little complicated on the drivers of of what's driving them up. But we are seeing about twice as many in a given year now than we were earlier during that forty year period, nor reports and NASA for that matter the twenty eighteen was the fourth hottest year in the global surface temperature record. That means the past five years are the five warmest years on record globally. Is there any precedent for that in the historical? Climate record. There is precedent. But only in recent years, it's kind of been a repeating cycle that we jumped to a new neighborhood as far as global temperatures concerned pretty much every time we've had a recent significant El Nino, which kinda goose in bumps to global temperature upward for that year. The one thing that has changed is we are leaving nineteen ninety eight which at the time, I know is kind of astronaut Michael, you know, off the charts. And now it's about the fall out of the top ten, and so that's a pretty good indicator that we've left the climate of the twentieth century the behind it's in the rear view mirror. It's not coming back. Dugard chief of the monitoring section at Noah's national centers for environmental information. Thanks for sharing your nalysts today. Thanks a lot Paul. My name is Molly record designer an artist and an educator based in Minneapolis Minnesota. And on John Kim by teach at Macalester, college media studies and art, and we're part of futures north which consists of me, Molly Daniel, dean, Inada, Marcus, and we created face change. And now phase two which is the data spatial ization of the effects of climate change overtime. What does the two degree number actually? And what is the four degree number actually mean that's associated with more dire predictions of climate change. How can you make use of those numbers as a way of creating an embodied experience of them through this installation? Phase change was originally commissioned by Northern Lights for the northern spark festival in two thousand sixteen we harvested twelve thousand pounds of ice from day, Marcus ga and then stored at passively in an ice house and then in June. We took that ice out and constructed three walls giant walls, the Todo view their trophy bunk by eight feet tall. Yeah. And so they're very impressive. In terms of the scale of them and facing those walls of ice were infrared heat lamps that were pulsing on enough in relationship to different climate scenarios. So one wall melted in relationship to a pre industrial climate scenario the second while melted in relationship to our current scenario, which is about a degree and a half hotter. And then the final while was projected future. If we continue businesses usual to the experience of it really was a collaborative experience with visitors to the to the peace where they were providing us with insights about what what it felt like and the way. They were arranged people could really inhabit the space. So they were surrounded by the information. And really, I mean, it registered in this very dramatic. And and tragic way what our practices about is trying to utilize visualization specialization techniques artistic techniques as a way of representing data in a way, that's more accessible intuitive. It also creates an emotional experience. And I think that's something that's not necessarily associated with data. And a lot of people said that when they visited the piece that it was very emotional. You can see John and molly's phase to art piece this Saturday at Silverwood park in Saint Anthony, it's part of a conversation focusing on art and climate change in partnership with climate generation and the three rivers park district. More at climate. Jen dot org that's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.

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Rescued girl was target in abduction that left parents dead, police say

Tom Sullivan

11:50 min | 2 years ago

Rescued girl was target in abduction that left parents dead, police say

"It's not very common. But it does. In fact, happen. I think of when we start thinking about these stories I start thinking well. God bless this woman. Like, I said she is a young girl who was going to be brought. Well, where not home, but her she's got a grandfather that I saw interviewed. I don't know if grandma's ally. But grandpa is so that's her family, and she has an aunt. That is the I dunno sister of her father or mother, but an aunt that is also responding to all of this. So she has family, but her mother and father are dead. And again, I cannot imagine. But I just assume the worst one I think about what happened to this young girl. Thirteen years old. And the guy who abducted her is a twenty one year old guy. From Gordon Wisconsin. Gordon is about an hour north of where she lived. I don't know. What is wrong with this guy? He does not have a criminal history. He's not employed. He you know, you can look at the mug shot of the guy, and you go he looks kind of well, whatever I don't judge people on their looks. But what Jamie did was she got out of the house that he was keeping her in which was in a very rural area in northern Wisconsin. And this area. Is mostly it's on a on a lake. And it is apparently populated during the summertime, but during the wintertime, most of the homes are empty now. I don't know if this was his house, but it was sixty five miles north of where she was last seen. So she comes out of the house on foot. There was a woman walking by the area walking her dog. And this girl came out of the house screaming help me help me. Well, apparently in that part of Wisconsin this young girl's face has been plastered all over the area. She was -ducted in October. So it's been four months, but the people they're all said, oh, yeah. We all know all about that. And when they when this woman was walking the dog saw her she knew immediately who she was she took the girl and went to a neighbor's house banged on the door, and Peter Casson Khusein Casse who was the neighbor opened his front door to find his neighbor standing there with this disheveled, girl. I was seeing a ghost because we've seen the billboards and the commercials and all that and there she is in my kitchen. He said she appeared thin and ragged wearing what looked like leggings a sweatshirt and oversized men's tennis shoes. And it was about fifteen minutes until the police arrive. She sat there very quietly they offered her food water. She didn't want anything they had a puppy. In the house, and they brought the puppy to her and like dogs little puppies will do she cheered up holding this little puppy. But her parents were shot to death in their home in October fifteenth, and she has been found alive there. What what what's why I want to talk about this is because I cannot help. But think. There are others that are being held right now. They're all they are are on some list of missing people. We don't know who they are. We don't see I don't even know. Our milk cartons still a thing. Yeah. They are. But I don't remember they used to put photos of missing children on on. No cartons. Why did why did that stop? I know they're plastic now. But can't you put they put signs? I don't know they plaster their their logo on there, saying the XYZ milk company. One percent two percent, whatever it might be. So this is a very troubling story. The woman who found her asked that her name not be used because she was very unnerved by the dramatic events of the day. All she said is Jamie came up to me and said she wanted help. So she was pretty sure who the girl was most everyone who lives in Wisconsin. Has seen her photo over and over and over and over, and there is no doubt. When Jamie gave her name, and they made their way quickly to this casts and cast house a neighbor's house. The area is in the Oakland acres cluster about thirty homes originally built about fifty years ago. It's cabins along the river. But like I said most of the homes are not occupied during the winter sparsely populated about eight miles east of this little town of Gordon. It's hilly. It's heavily forested. And the homes are set back in the trees. So she got away, but I cannot help but think. These are great stories when they happen. But there was Elizabeth smart who was taken from her home. In the middle of the night and found a couple years later. I think something like that. There was the kidnapping of jas J C Dugard from Lake Tahoe. And it was she was eleven when she was found when she was adopted. She was twenty nine with two children when she was found the guy who objected her and his wife. Impregnated her and has two children from this guy who abducted her. So that was an Antioch California where she was found so Cleveland, Ohio Ariel Castro abducted three well, one young woman in two underage girls. Michelle Knight, Amanda, berry, and Gina. Zeh who's who's kidnapped by Ariel Castro and held captive in his home started in two thousand two and finally one of them escaped in two thousand thirteen. So this Ariel Castro was found guilty sent off to prison and the coward that he has he committed suicide a month later. But this the guy Mr. Castro worked as a bus driver for the Cleveland school district. And they were all kidnapped after accepting a ride from him. Michelle. Knight was twenty one years old at the time. Amanda, berry was the day before her seventeenth birthday and Gina the hey who's was fourteen. So I just look at this, and I go this is a good story. This is a feel good story. But it doesn't feel all that good. Because I think she doesn't have her parents to go home to. I don't know how. How she was able to even function to get out of this place in but be there for four months. The others have been held longer. And then I I just know that there are missing persons that people have given up on. And you know, that there is some freak out there who has these people these young girls, mostly not all some boys held in some basement somewhere. And I can't help. But wonder do we pay any attention to our neighbors? Do we know member of the family in southern California wars at ten kids twelve kids there were their children, but they were shackled in their home. Nobody knew. Are we watching our neighbors? Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred you ever see anything weird the real

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"dugard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"She called me her her handmaiden, and she never hesitated to let her displeasure with me. Be known. There were times when yes, absolutely. She was manipulated by Mitchell. But she and her own right. Abused me just as much as he did. She says she was raped every day by Mitchell who threatened her with death. If she tried to escape then on March twelfth two thousand three nine months after her disappearance smart was rescued by police officers on a public street the prayers of the world if brought Elizabeth tobe, but at the time smart was discovered it fails just like you're losing control of everything you just fail. I the world is coming to an end. The FBI was also frantically searching for another missing girl. Jaycee Dugard who was kidnapped on her way to the bus in one thousand nine hundred eighty one by Phillip and Nancy Garrido Dugard was held against her will for eighteen years. She would have two children by her captor mine manipulation. Plus the physical abuse. I suffered in the beginning. There was no leaving. She spoke with ABC's Diane Sawyer about those dark years in captivity. How did you stay sane? Now. Alive. Still. There is still hope beyond the similarities in their trauma, both JC and Elizabeth became known for their strength, and perseverance. Both are also now staunch advocates for victims. Jaycee Dugard spoke out in support of Elizabeth Smart's protests of Wanda bar Z's release pointing to her own of doctrine as a cautionary tale in. This exclusive statement ABC news jaycee Dugard said, quote, I feel deeply for what Elizabeth is going through knowing this dangerous person is free to walk the streets. Dugard says she agrees that wunderbar Z is a potential threat to society, adding she and her husband tried to kidnap Elizabeth's cousin a month after they kidnapped. Elizabeth wasn't a lesson learned from my case when Philip was released from prison early in his first rape and kidnapping conviction. He was then free to take me with his wife's help bars he pled guilty to kidnapping and unlawful transport of a minor. In November of two thousand nine she was sentenced to fifteen years in federal prison. She later pled guilty, but mentally ill in connection with a plot to kidnap smarts cousin for which he was sentenced to state prison until two thousand twenty four after being released with time served from federal prison in December of two thousand fifteen bars he was transferred over to a Utah state prison to serve out her state sentence. Farzeez husband, Brian David Mitchell remains behind bars serving a life sentence. Elizabeth Smart's courage was on display to the world during his trial as she delivered emotional. Testimony reliving the trauma nearly eight years after her release..

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WHAS 840 AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"She called me her her handmaiden, and she never hesitated to let her displeasure with me. Be known. There were times when yes, absolutely. She was manipulated by Mitchell. But she and her own right. Abused me just as much as he did. She says she was raped every day by Mitchell who threatened her with death. If she tried to escape then on March twelfth two thousand three nine months after her disappearance smart was rescued by police officers on a public street the prayers of the world if brought Elizabeth toll. But at the time smart was discovered it fails, just like you're losing control of everything you just fill the world is coming to an end. The FBI was also frantically searching for another missing girl. Jaycee Dugard who was kidnapped on her way to the bus in one thousand nine hundred eighty one by Phillip and Nancy Garrido Dugard was held against her will for eighteen years. She would have two children by her captor mine manipulation. Plus the physical abuse. I suffered in the beginning. There was no leaving. She spoke with ABC's Diane Sawyer about those dark years in captivity. How did you stay sane? No. Still alive? It's still. There is still hope beyond the similarities in their trauma, both JC and Elizabeth became known for their strength, and perseverance. Both are also now staunch advocates for victims. Jaycee Dugard spoke out in support of Elizabeth Smart's protests of Wanda bars Z's release pointing to her own abduction as a cautionary tale in. This exclusive statement ABC news jaycee Dugard said, quote, I feel deeply for what Elizabeth is going through knowing this dangerous person is free to walk the streets. Dugard says she agrees that wunderbar Z is a potential threat to society, adding she and her husband tried to kidnap Elizabeth's cousin a month after they kidnapped. Elizabeth wasn't a lesson learned from my case when Philip was released from prison early in his first rape and kidnapping conviction. He was then free to take me with his wife's help Varzi pled guilty to kidnapping and unlawful transport of a minor. In November of two thousand nine she was sentenced to fifteen years in federal prison key later pled guilty, but mentally ill in connection with a plot to kidnap smarts cousin for which he was sentenced to state prison until two thousand twenty four after being released with time served from federal prison in December of two thousand fifteen bars he was transferred over to a Utah state prison to serve out her state sentence. Farzeez husband, Brian David Mitchell remains behind bars serving a life sentence. Elizabeth Smart's courage was on display to the world during his trial as she delivered emotional. Testimony reliving the trauma nearly eight years after her release. I told Ryan David Mitchell.

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"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

"We are being rezoned for seven story is up to seven stories in November. We all saw what happened in Ballard. That's what's going to happen here. In Greenwood, Jennifer Sullivan. Komo news. The bond hearing that one of Elizabeth's smarts captors would be released from prison Philo kidnapping survivor. Dugard says she was outraged ABC's Diane Macedo reports when Elizabeth smart was kidnapped by Philip Mitchell and his wife Wanda Barsy for nine months at the age of fourteen fails, just like you're losing control of everything you just feel like the world is coming to an end. The FBI was also frantically searching for another missing girl. Jaycee Dugard Dugard had been kidnapped on her way to the school bus in nineteen Ninety-one by Phillip and Nancy Garrido for eighteen years. They held her against her. Will she had two children by her captor mine manipulation? Plus the physical suffered in the beginning. There was no leaving jaycee Dugard is speaking out supporting Elizabeth Smart's outrage that one of her kidnappers Wanda Varzi is expected to be released tomorrow five years earlier than expected while her husband serves out his life sentence. Dugard tells ABC news in an exclusive statement, she believes the coke kidnappers are equally guilty saying I feel deeply for what Elizabeth is going through knowing this dangerous person is free to walk the street. Believe Elizabeth when she says this woman is a threat to society bars and her husband abducted, then fourteen year old smart from her bedroom in Salt Lake City, Utah holding her captive and sexually assaulting her. At one time Barzi was expected to be behind bars until January twenty twenty four but a new ruling by the state of Utah found she was entitled to credit for the years. She spent in federal custody smart railed against her release Thursday asking the board to reconsider do. I believe that she is dangerous. Yes. But not just to me. I believe. She is a danger a threat to any vulnerable person in our community, which is why our community should be worried, but the Utah board of pardons says Barzi cannot legally be held any longer. Adding in a statement. This is not an early release. Ms Barzi will have spent fifteen years in custody, which is the maximum amount of time allowed by her state conviction and sentence. Set to be released tomorrow from the Utah state prison she will need to register as a sex offender and one condition of her probation is she can make no direct or indirect contact with Elizabeth smart. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now what.

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KOMO

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

"Are being resound four seven. Stories seven stories in November. We all saw what happened in Ballard. That's what's going to happen here. In Greenwood, Jennifer Sullivan. Komo news. The bond hearing that one of Elizabeth Smart's captors would be released from prison fellow kidnapping survivor g c Dugard says she was outraged. ABC's Diane Macedo reports when Elizabeth smart was kidnapped by Philip Mitchell and his wife Wanda Barsy for nine months at the age of fourteen fails, just like you're losing control of everything you just feel like the world is coming to an end. The FBI was also frantically searching for another missing girl. Jaycee Dugard Dugard had been kidnapped on her way to the school bus in nineteen Ninety-one by Phillip and Nancy Garrido for eighteen years. They held her against her. Will she had two children by her captor mine manipulation? Plus the physical abuse. I suffered in the beginning. No, leaving jaycee Dugard is speaking out supporting Elizabeth Smart's outraged that one of her kidnappers Wanda Varzi is expected to be released tomorrow five years earlier than expected while her husband serves out his life sentence. Dugard tells ABC news in an exclusive statement, she believes the coke kidnappers are equally guilty saying I feel deeply for what Elizabeth is going through knowing this dangerous person is free to walk the street. Believe Elizabeth when she says this woman is a threat to society Barzi and her husband abducted, then fourteen year old smart from her bedroom in Salt Lake City, Utah holding her captive and sexually assaulting her. At one time Barzi was expected to be behind bars until January twenty twenty four but a new ruling by the state of Utah found she was entitled to credit for the years. She spent in federal custody smart railed against her release Thursday asking the board to reconsider do. I believe that she is dangerous. Yes. But not just to me. I believe that. She is a danger and a threat to any vulnerable person in our community, which is why our community should be worried, but the Utah board of pardons says Barzi cannot legally be held any longer. Adding in a statement. This is not an early release. Ms Barzi will have spent fifteen years in custody, which is the maximum amount of time allowed by her state conviction and sentence and is set to be released tomorrow from the Utah state prison she will need to register as a sex offender and one condition of her probation is she can make no direct or indirect contact with Elizabeth smart. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now what a difference a.

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"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

"Four seven. Stories seven stories in November. We all saw what happened in Ballard. That's what's going to happen here. In Greenwood, Jennifer Sullivan. Komo news. The bond hearing that one of Elizabeth Smart's captors would be released from prison fellow kidnapping survivor g c Dugard says she was outraged. ABC's Diane Macedo reports when Elizabeth smart was kidnapped by Philip Mitchell and his wife wanna bars for nine months at the age of fourteen fails, just like you're losing control of everything you just feel like the world is coming to an end. The FBI was also frantically searching for another missing girl. Jaycee Dugard Dugard had been kidnapped on her way to the school bus in nineteen Ninety-one by Phillip and Nancy Garrido for eighteen years. They held her against her. Will she had two children by her captor mine manipulation? Plus the physical abuse. I suffered in the beginning. There was no leaving jaycee Dugard is speaking out supporting Elizabeth Smart's outrage that one of her kidnappers Wanda Varzi is expected to be released tomorrow five years earlier than expected while her husband serves out his life sentence. Dugard tells ABC news in an exclusive statement, she believes the coke kidnappers are equally guilty saying I feel deeply for what Elizabeth is going through knowing this dangerous person is free to walk the street. Believe Elizabeth when she says this woman is a threat to society bars and her husband abducted, then fourteen year old smart from her bedroom in Salt Lake City, Utah holding her captive and sexually assaulting her. At one time Barzi was expected to be behind bars until January twenty twenty four but a new ruling by the state of Utah found she was entitled to credit for the year. She spent in federal custody smart railed against her release Thursday asking the board to reconsider do. I believe that she is dangerous. Yes. But not just to me. I believe. She is a danger and a threat to any vulnerable person in our community, which is why our community should be worried, but the Utah board of pardons says Barzi cannot legally be held any longer. Adding in a statement. This is not an early release. Ms Barzi will have spent fifteen years in custody, which is the maximum amount of time allowed by her state conviction and sentence is set to be released tomorrow from the Utah state prison she will need to register as a sex offender and one condition of her probation is she can make no direct or indirect contact with Elizabeth smart. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now what a difference a day makes stocks.

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"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KOMO

"Some of the stories we are following for you today. A Senate panel waiting to hear back from the woman who has accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexual assault more than thirty years ago. The judiciary committee has not gotten a response from Christina Blasi Ford about appearing at a hearing scheduled for Monday cabinet has agreed to testify about the allegations, which has denied flooding still a danger as the remnants of hurricane Florence move up through the middle Atlantic states on the east coast. The system expected to bring heavy rain from Virginia to New York and across portions of New England as well. Komo news time nine sixteen upon hearing that one of Elizabeth Smart's captors would be released from prison fellow kidnapping survivor. Jaycee Doug says she was outraged. When Elizabeth smart was kidnapped by Philip Mitchell and his wife Wanda Barsy for nine months at the age of fourteen fans, just like you're losing control of everything you just feel like the world is coming to an end. The FBI was also frantically searching for another missing girl. Jaycee Dugard Dugard had been kidnapped on her way to the school bus in nineteen ninety one. By Phillip and Nancy Garrido for eighteen years. They held her against her. Will she had two children by her captor? Fine manipulation. Plus the physical abuse. I suffered in the beginning. Leaving jaycee Dugard is speaking out supporting Elizabeth Smart's outrage that one of her kidnappers Wanda Varzi is expected to be released tomorrow five years earlier than expected while her husband serves out his life sentence. Dugard tells ABC news in an exclusive statement, she believes the co kidnappers are equally guilty saying I feel deeply for what Elizabeth is going through knowing this dangerous person is free to walk the street. Believe Elizabeth when she says this woman is a threat to society bars and her husband abducted, then fourteen year old smart from her bedroom in Salt Lake City, Utah holding her captive and sexually assaulting her. At one time Barzi was expected to be behind bars until January twenty twenty four but a new ruling by the state of Utah found she was entitled to credit for the year. She spent in federal custody smart railed against her release Thursday asking the board to reconsider do. I believe that she is dangerous. Jess, but not just to me. I believe that. She is a danger and a threat to any vulnerable person in our community, which is why our community should be worried, but the Utah board of pardons says Barzi cannot legally be held any longer. Adding in a statement. This is not an early release. Ms Barzi will have spent fifteen years in custody, which is the maximum amount of time allowed by her state conviction and sentence is set to be released tomorrow from the Utah state prison she will need to register as a sex offender and one condition of her probation is she can make no direct or indirect contact with Elizabeth smart. That's ABC's. Diane Macedo, Julie Chen, the wife of Alston CBS, chairman less move is expected to leave one of her jobs. This morning. A new record that Julie Chen will not be returning to the talk. This comes just days after less move as his wife, a fourteen years added her married last name for the first time in public at the end of last week's big brother. I'm Julie Chen Moonves Chen's future on the talk has been questioned since her husband was forced to resign from CBS after he was accused of various allegations of sexual misconduct. Chen initially use the talk to defend the allegations against her husband when they first emerged back in July. Now, some of you may be aware of what's been going on in my life for the last few days. He reference to tweet she put out calling him, a kind decent and moral human being issued the one and only statement I will ever make on this topic on Twitter. And I will stand by that statement today tomorrow forever. But sources say once Moonves has left the company she decided her only option would be to vacate her seat as co host on the talk the day after moon Bez was forced to resign. Natch was a no show on the talk show. She somebody who I admire and respect great. And it's very embarrassing and upsetting to have to talk about a husband. But we do we feel it's right for coho. Sharon, Osborne, addressing the elephant in the room. Julie's husband is in the news. And she's taking off time to be with her family. A source tells us the ten most likely resigned today via videotape message for the time being she's expected to stay on as host of the show big brother at least until the season finale later on this month ABC's Linsey Davis. Komo news time nine twenty your KOMO propel insurance money update. Looking at those numbers on Wall Street right now all in positive territory, the Dow Jones up one hundred and fifty nine points. The NASDAQ ahead seventy seven and the.

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Montana, Dugard and California discussed on C-SPAN

C-SPAN

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Montana, Dugard and California discussed on C-SPAN

"On radio and television and on tuesday we'll be joined by david savage of the los angeles times the supreme court reporter talking about today's decision in the same sex wedding case wedding cake case supreme court today setting aside a colorado court ruling against the baker who would not make a wedding cake for same sex couple by seven to two vote the court said that the colorado civil rights commission violated the baker's rights into the first amendment with anti religious bias but this court is not deciding the bigger issue in the case with their business can refuse to serve gay and lesbian people also on tomorrow's washington journal we'll have on nelson cunningham former white house general counsel in the clinton administration talking about the rush investigation from special counsel robert muller and the nash desouza author and filmmaker who was recently pardoned by president trump if you're pleading guilty to it legal campaign contribution wall so check in on primary day in california new jersey and montana with reporters in those states as the washington journal tomorrow live at seven eastern c span radio and television as a former educator i really believe that education is the most important factor facing south dakota we have been dead last in teacher pay for many years we finally thanks to governor dugard many others we are now forty eighth which isn't great but it's a great improvement so we must understand that children are best and greatest assets we've got to recognize that and take care of them make sure that they're good citizens that take care of us in the future i think the most important issue going on north dakota is diversifying our economy to deal with low energy and agricultural prices probably what i feel educationally as one of the biggest issues that we're dealing with is really working with our students that have behavior and social problems that emotional side lack of support lack of whether it would be dads for kids that need to be in placement whatever it might be but we're just finding that we really just right now we don't have the support that we need to help these kids be successful air force base i'd say.

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C-SPAN Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To the media but did not answer any questions we are expecting the republican senate leaders to come out and speak with reporter soon and then a little bit later on the democratic leaders they're having their own separate lunch will carry it live here on c span radio when it happens until then a little bit more from this morning's washington journal and it stopped number thirty three on c span's fifty capitals tour today we're in one of the smallest state capitals pierre south dakota about fourteen thousand residents live there and joining us in front of the state capital on the c span bus is the governor dennis dugard governor dugard thanks so much for being with us as you enter your eight th year in office what do you consider to be your accomplishments and what do you think is left undone well when i entered office as was the case for many governors eight years ago our state budget was in a deficit situation because of the lingering effects of the recession and so i like many other governors around the country had to balance the budget in our case we we did it all with cuts and got our budget back into shape in one year and we've had a budget surplus since then every year and looks like we're going to end this year with a modest surplus so i think that's been good we're aaa rated by all the credit rating agencies now our pension is fully funded so financial stability and a good financial foundation for our state budget i think is one of the main accomplishments that people will look to what looking ahead looking ahead i'd say we're facing again the same kind of problem that you see in many of the states because the economy's doing very well we have a low unemployment rate the nation has a low unemployment rate and we have quite a few citizens though are still looking for jobs and their skill set does not meet the skills that employers need on the job so we have a skills mismatch and so workforce development is a key element that we need to be working on in the.

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KELO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KELO

"The recovery has been all trump and nothing to do with former president obama we have someone in the white house that is taking it to the mad for their average every day america god bless him foreign obama claimed in a recent speech that part of the recovery is due to his policies mark rousseau kelocom news republican senator mike rounds as ask it interesting question today at his weekly media availibility house president trump any different than minnesota's democratic senator al franken regarding sexual harassment as we've said from day one suzy's ellegation were out there we we ah you know we we waited for him to respond he responded the american people then responded by electing him as the president of the united states franken announced today that he would resign from the senate in a few weeks questions and concerns while on south dakota governor guinness dugard's budget speech this week he outlined a spending plan was no increases for state workers are schools due to lowerthanexpected tax returns state senator craig kennedy a democrat from yanked them in personally most frustrating to me is we don't seem to ever have a conversation about are there other ways to enhance the state's revenue kennedy says it may be tempted again look at sales tax exemptions from the kelocom news center ives dan allen the new rooms never stops kelo newstalk 1320 1079 whether brought to you by peers body shop when you hit the air bring your card appears peers body shopcom.

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Today's KCCR

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"The legislature will have to write the twenty nineteen budget thus is all based on revenue through collections in november by the time the legislature makes uh they're adjournment date we'll have four more months revenue to looked at and maybe it'll turn around a little bit maybe people feel better about things maybe they'll spend more during the holidays i don't know but it just right now it doesn't outlook in dugard's first year in office in 2011 he cut state spending ten percent to do away with the structural deficit and sounds go to lawmakers will be asked to review the uses of tax increment financing or tiff districts in next year's session dave owen president of the south dakota chamber of commerce and industry says it's a complicated subject most people don't understand tax income and financing and that includes people would move on the policies clerks symptoms tuesday owen says tiff districts are good tools for community development who general impression is a tiff district is a tax break it's not technically attacks for it but it does direct all of the tax money that is new it probably wouldn't have been built without some help with infrastructure it does direct that tax money to paying for that infrastructure so you have a political issue little looks like we're giving somebody a break and everybody else's fame for atef district diverts taxes on added improvements to pay for those changes over a number of years owen sounds the cost each taxpayer is low for the benefits delivered by tiff districts i think if we've really focus on the realities that we're talking eighty cents taxes on a four hundred thousand dollar home on a tax rates lower because of tiff districts previously we can stay fairly called the legislatures executive board has agreed that a review of state laws on tiff district.

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KELO

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KELO

"Kelo news time is seven thirty four from the kelocom news center i'm nick hill secretary of state chants hell crowds says a presidential commission investigating election fraud can purchase south dakota voter information the going rate for the registration vile is twenty five hundred dollars crabs initially declined to share voter information with the commission but a second request asked for information that's available to anyone under state law the government operations and audit committee of the south dakota legislature has a two day meeting scheduled in sioux falls tomorrow and friday a major portion of the agenda will again deal with the gear up program and suggested changes to similar grant programmes governor dennis dugard said the committee was over reaching its authority committee cochair representative gina hun half of yanked and disagrees i think we acted geared gallup cap and certainly valve in people that we have to invite to provide it show information quick in our round the committee will also discuss the system used to determine state aid to schools attorney general marty jackley is officially running for governor so why does he want the job in all for the last eight years as attorney general i've worked to protect communities and children and now want to fight for their future jack lease first official campaign appearance was yesterday on the greg belford show several congressional committees are looking at possible connections between russia and social media outlets like facebook twitter and gugel south dakota senator john thune chair of the commerce committee says he is watching a how other committees proceed we are we're looking at it but at the moment right now it's kind of an intelligence committee function the fbi says many of the fake ads purchased on facebook were focused on wisconsin and pennsylvania mitchell has had its first move citing on record it took ten game officials to guide the meuse away from the lakeview golf course and out of the city two points north from the kelocom new center i'm nick hill newsrooms never stops kelo newstalk 1320 1079 good morning a cool start to the day to day are high temperature at sixty seven very nice afternoon with a light northwest at five to ten overnight tonight showers navy a thunderstorm developing lay low near forty nine tomorrow a 60 percent chance of showers isolated thunderstorms and highs in the low six sixty that's your weather update from the.

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Today's KCCR

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"One bright to celebrate the forty four firefighters who died in a line of duty in south dakota took place sunday the fall firefighter memorial ceremony was held at the fall and firefighter memorial at capital lake and pierre the event is held each year by this out to go to firefighters sociation now a common theme among the speakers was the was the davis design and to thank those who have made the ultimate sacrifice as well as their families state fire marshall paul merriman said firefighters are willing to sacrifice their lives to protect others some of these ceremony also included the playing of bagpipes and drums and the laying of a red rose at the memorial in the remembrance of each firefighter who has died in the line of duty among the names on a memorial are four former fire marshal william each walker and former pierre firefighter donald marto the last south dakota firefighters to die in line of duty was in 20 15 despite criminal law reforms passed in the last few years the number of prisoners held in sought to go to continues to right just under thirty nine hundred in state facilities last month governor dennis dugard says prison has to be used as a last resort at the outset we have to recognize that prisons are the most expensive way to hold offenders accountable and if offenders are not violent then is it sensible to use a prison as a means to uh hold them accountable or is it more sensible to use other ways to hold them accountable dugard says a surgeon drugs is driving most of the prison numbers and we need to use prison space for dangerous people and try to rebuild rehabilitate them to break a cycle of violence or addiction if that's the the root of their danger of course in south dakota we've seen a resurgence of math methamphetamine dugard says the state continues to look for the best solution do we have problems you bet we've got problems uh is a concerning yes are we continuing to improve the reforms that are evidence tested in other places and proven successful in those other places yes dugard says a 247 random screening program for drug offenders is being rolled out to more locations in this state the.

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WLOB

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on WLOB

"Both about hilal riley's latest instalment killing england and you know i i don't know that i ever allow myself to get immersed in a series of books like i do these kelly these killing series of books from bill o'reilly martin dugard of course use the author of legends lies the civil war and the day the world went nuclear dropping the atom bomb at the end of world war two in the pacific a bills doing a podcast which you can get now free bill o'reilly dot com can follow me on twitter he's got about one hundred sixty billion followers at bill o'reilly what's welcome back to the mike gallagher showa the mandel legend bill o'reilly mr o'reilly sure how you bin laden gallagher come on i know i'm trying to be humbled of they i all right all right i'll tell you i know you're making the rounds and enduring a lotta media for this book you want me to because uh anybody who's read these follow these series and read these books has fallen in love with the style of the the way the narrative the facts that emerge from something and i can't wait to to get into this book the brutal struggle for american independence this seems like this is the kind of book that the your fans of which i'm one have been have been clamoring for well i enjoy it alive but it even take on more relevant because of the thing in dalat the school board you yep yep annoying arrived for a time yehuda littered incredible madness if the folks on no it at dallas school district is now debating whether to take the named george washington thomas jefferson benjamin franklin james madison off schools we're in a dallasarea because there are white supremacist to sum and same thing like that so in addition to being uh upon read an an interesting read where you learn a lot killing england you know the american purse sending.

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KVNT Valley News Talk

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Two mike gallagher getting a lot of notes about riley's latest instalment killing england and navy i i don't know that i ever allow myself to get immersed in a series of books like i do these kelly these killing series of books from bill o'reilly martin dugard of course he's the author of legends lies the civil war and the day the world went nuclear dropping the atom bomb in the end of world war two in the pacific bills doing a podcast which you can get now free bill o'reilly dot com can follow me on twitter he's got about one hundred sixty billion followers at bill o'reilly what's welcome back to the mike gallagher showa the mandel legend bill o'reilly mr o'reilly sure how you then you are i know i'm trying to be humble today i all right all right i'll tell you i know you're making the rounds and enduring a lot of media for this book you want me to cause a anybody who's read these follow these series and read these books has fallen in love with the style the the way the narrative the facts that emerge from something and i can't wait to to get into this book the brutal struggle for american independence this seems like this is good the kind of book that you're fans of which i'm one have been have been clamoring for well i in joy at alive but even k far more relevance because of the thing in dallas schoolboy you live yep yep a high for a time credible madness if.

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WLOB

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on WLOB

"Mike gallagher getting a lot of notes about riley's latest instalment killing england and you know i i don't know that i ever allow myself to get immersed in a series of books like i do these kelly these killing series of books from bill o'reilly martin dugard of course use the author of legends lies the civil war and the day the world went new clear dropping the atom bomb in the end of world war two in the pacific bills doing a podcast which you can get now free bill o'reilly dot com can follow me on twitter he's got about one hundred sixty billion followers at bill o'reilly which welcome back to the mike gallagher showa the man the legend bill o'reilly miss israel riley sure how you then you ought to lead in gallagher i know i'm trying to be humbled of the i'll right all right i'll tell you i know you're making the rounds and enduring a lotta media for this book you want me to cause uh anybody who's read these follow these series and read these books has fallen in love with the style of the the way the narrow give the facts that emerge from something and i can't wait to to get into this book the brutal struggle for american independence this seems like this is the kind of book that you're fans of which i'm one have been have been clamoring for well idea enjoy it alive but even take on more relevant because of the thing in dallas the school boy you live yep yep known arrived for a time yehuda incredible madness if the poked on no it at dallas school district is now debating whether to take the names of george washington thomas jefferson benjamin franklin james madison off schools dallasarea because there of white supremacist system and same thing like that so in addition to being a pawn read in an interesting read will you learn a lot killing england give you the american purse sending.

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Today's KCCR

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Affordable care act with seventeen different companies offering individual health insurance in south dakota now we're down to those two we're lucky to have down dugard as the proponents of continuing to medicaid expansion don't want to pay the heat of it going away now south dakota we have not expanded medicaid so the changes that are proposed for medicaid will not force people often met deke roles the number of people who had lose coverage is often recited in the congressional budget office number twenty two million barrel mata them about seven million i think our individuals next year who would not be forced by coverage thirty one states including the district of columbia have expanded their medicaid programs dugard as that allowing those states that continue receiving additional federal dollars is not fair to states like south dakota that opted not to expand the thannual governors eggs summit is occurring this week in aberdeen the event started with a variety of tours yesterday and today features numerous guest speakers jody him straw the public affairs manager for the south dakota department of agriculture says among the guest speakers today we'll be individuals from kansas state in iowa state university is covering a variety of half a factual they know everything from current and future abdic conomy also animal health succession planning and of course our future action innovative as south and businesses wife again on thursday during our discussions missile marked the first year of governor dennis dugard will not be able to attend the event however lieutenant governor matt michaels we'll be in aberdeen to present a special award today we're going to governor michaels will provide some wearing un effendi the governor's on your house summit and then he has yet harder of a officially awarding this year's 2017 governor if all for that offence free and open to the public sounded as you republican us senator essay that a revised gop healthcare bill will move senator republicans closer to replacing former president barack obama's health care law majority leader mitch mcconnell planned to release an alter the bill today to republican senators the effort comes after mcconnell abandon his initial plan because of gop opposition salvador republicans john thune and mike round stopped short of pledging to vote for the forthcoming incarnation but both the revamped measurer has the better chance of passing through their chamber thune says the.

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KELO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KELO

"Off the mall the repeal a let not worry about replacing because replace a just means were doing alot tweaking the program we already have uh i would like to go back whale was i take care of myself by the employer they know what's going on the insurance if not going on uh rogge shark oil bit more take care of all need help it will be programs around burger table but for the government up the whole have and a horse all the issues advocate care that the stuff which is a much smaller system than what they're trying to take on now i'm sure uh we'll lose the expansion of the in the beach branded medicaid the end you know one of the one of the reasons that south dakota governor dugard would reluctant to re to expand medicaid was the fear that the federal government would be able to follow through on that there be a change in policy and sure enough that's what's happened so look at the uncertainty for states now that expanded medicaid i think they're just a compelling number of arguments why the federal government ought to get out of the way yeah they they do well not in the military andrew bite every oh yeah so you're still in favor of outright repeal repeal i i've been saying that since the pope our care became real we don't need that i know that when i go to the doctor office it charged with he twenty bucks but the bill the 25 because the extra five for those people that need help they got covered cover that fell because by law they got a cover everybody but for them to be sucking money out of my paycheck all the time and we can't afford no one of the things senator thune said yesterday and i think it's a legitimate point is you know there are a number of senators who would absolutely vote for repeal now we're talking republicans understand the democrats would vote for it among the republicans are a number who would vote for the.

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KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dugard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We make it easy lasting delivery to 2017 dugard stopped by midnight light mexico faith and then the mugshots today a guy on long island with probably the most unusual look i have seen in a long time he has a child's face in a big baldhead have you seen this picture yet no and crazy stringing air yeah liley nutty eyes yeah that is a frightening he has already three he's 33 looksee looks like it's like he's a 12yearold boy or yell at and he's faces almost dolllike almost looks like his headed social any looks porcelain yet that now that's creepy away like a doll space yeah i don't think i've ever seen anybody that looks like this in my life who oh he's got like feminine features but it completely bald head with just hair growing on the sides in any long in the back is exposing himself at a public splits maybe because he looked like this because davis wilson kenny you clearly us sitting on a park bench any public pool among ireland apparently a rubbish exposing himself called the cops and they took him away charged with public lewdness in there you see his his his booking photo it's like yeah nieto says crazy is to yeah i know a head into the accurately were saying that and your entertainment day is made just from going or webpage john and pin weekdays at two kfi am 640 more stimulating talk when president trump is asked what's the proof where's where's the beef i'd like to see the beef and i'm not getting it i know the emails are coming all you do is uh attack trump attack trump attack trump yeah on this one yes and for those of you that are screaming at me would you like to see some evidence or you're just okay with the president saying it's there either way i'll take my way bill handel weekdays at 600 right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk the won twenty twenty one traffic is getting worse and you see it from the.

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