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"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The Democrats to get it there eight workers and small businesses all over the country both sides have already agreed to an additional three hundred billion for the small business administration's paycheck protection program and seventy five billion for state and local hospitals a deal could be announced as early as today Dave America is listening to fox news continues with one oh six one FM talk tougher restrictions on face coverings are now in effect in Durham county beginning today everyone a durable have to wear some kind of covering official mask or homemade that order will be specifically enforced at establishments were social distancing is more difficult places like grocery stores pharmacies and on public transit since governor Cooper first issue that statewide stay at home order back on March twenty seventh some four thousand businesses were initially classified as non essential but have now filed appeals with the department of revenue to be reclassified most of those appeals have been granted a report by the Raleigh news and observer founded about eighty five percent of appeals have been granted a waiver and are now deemed essential reclassified businesses range from cleaning services in construction to pet care and home improvement a man is dead after his vehicle became submerged in the Yadkin river Davidson county sheriff's officials say the man was backing his boat into the water but the your kill yet can river access point when his vehicle went under water an investigation is ongoing employment opportunities businesses that are hiring now Amazon dot com they're looking to fill seventy five thousand positions nationwide they're hiring at locations throughout the state Walmart's also adding another fifty thousand new jobs A. B. C..

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"durham county" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"durham county" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Eighteen immigration and customs enforcement launched an immigration detainer against was a good one following his arrest in Durham county on felony armed robbery charges stickers and was in this country illegally during county refused to honor the lawfully executed detainer form ice adding to the over five hundred dictators they were declined in North Carolina in fiscal year two thousand nineteen honoring this detainer would have been simple county officials simply needed to hold his own for a brief period of time until ice could arrive in a soon could cut custody that's all however because of this refusal Goodman was released on law enforcement custody directly into the local community and less than six months after his release good man was charged with murder of a nineteen year old woman happened in the same county that ignored ISIS detainer this was a preventable tragedy and unfortunately you may occur again and again because local officials here in North Carolina have chosen to place the welfare of criminal aliens over the welfare of the American people a few hours ago I heard at the hearing accounts of what happened when elected officials make this choice thank you to the angel families that are here today thank you for continuing to tell your story make no mistake the freesync sorry city is a political gimmick the city the city has always been understood as a sanctuary where residents could find refuge from vandals a crime but today politicians seem intent on turning this historic definition on its head transforming their cities in twenty six for your criminal aliens rather than a sanctuary for law abiding citizens.

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"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Talk Durham county, health officials expect test results later this week that should confirm whether a person has the measles, this after a preliminary test came back positive due to one of two conditions line is a measles case while tight measles and the second is the vaccine related measles, which means that after vaccination someone can have positive antibody tests, just from measles, vaccine itself. That's term county medical director, Dr Arlene, Sonya. They say the person was at the bean traders coffee, shop mid day on June tenth, the guttered school has sent a letter to parents saying that a child with possible. Measles. Was there last Tuesday morning, state troopers say a motorcyclist killed in Rockingham county, Saturday night was speeding foxy reports that forty year old Eric Hampton was riding on NC eighty-seven near eaten when he crossed the center line. And hit the left side, guardrail. He was thrown from the bike. A democrat who is running for Lieutenant governor has changed. His mind Matt cook explains. Former state Senator cow Cunningham has instead decided to run for US Senate, the forty old attorney and Iraq, war veteran ran for that office, a decade ago, but finished in second place in the primary Cunningham joins two other Democrats in the race. State Senator Erica Smith and Mecklenburg county Commissioner Trevor fuller, the parties looking to unseat Republican incumbent Thom Tillis Cunningham exits Lieutenant governor's contest. That's already getting pretty packed with four, Democrats and four Republicans. I met cook, ducks crossing the highway lead to a six vehicle crash in Durham ABC eleven says it happened this morning on I forty between highway fifty five in Fayetteville road. Five cars and a tractor trailer got into an accident. When vehicle slowed down and even stopped for the birds one person went to the hospital with minor injuries..

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"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Six one FM talk Durham county, health officials expect test results later this week that should confirm whether a person has the measles, this after a preliminary test came back positive due to one of two conditions line is a true measles case while tight Musil's and the second is the vaccine related measles, which means that after vaccination someone can have positive antibody test just from the measles vaccine itself. That's term county medical director, Dr Arlene, you, they say the person was at the bean traders coffee, shop midday on June tenth, the guttered school has sent a letter to parents saying that a child with possible. Measles. Was there last Tuesday morning, state troopers say a motorcyclist killed in Rockingham county, Saturday night was speeding foxy reports that forty year old Eric Hampton was riding on NC eighty-seven near Eden when he crossed the center line and hit the left side, guardrail. He was thrown from the bike. A democrat who was running for Lieutenant governor has changed. His mind Matt cook explains. Former state Senator cow Cunningham has instead decided to run for US Senate, the forty-five-year-old attorney and Iraq war veteran ran for that office, a decade ago, but finished in second place in the primary Cunningham joins two other Democrats in the race. State Senator Erica Smith and Mecklenburg county Commissioner Trevor fuller, the parties looking to unseat Republican incumbent Thom Tillis Cunningham exits Lieutenant governor's contest. That's already getting pretty packed with four, Democrats and four Republicans. I met cook, ducks crossing the highway.

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"durham county" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"A gate at the Durham county jail to protest cash bail policies, one of their supporters, grace Nichols spoke to local station W N C N our jobs because they can't afford to get out not because they've actually been convicted of a crime until we would like to bring attention to this ransom. And Joe that is unjust. That was North Carolina. The national bail out collective has helped post bail for more than three hundred individuals across the country since black mamas bailout day launch. There's been a growing national movement to eliminate cash bail from the criminal Justice system for more. We're going to Atlanta Georgia where we're joined once again by Mary hooks, the co director of southerners on new ground or song, which is part of the national. Bailout collective and the movement for black lives, Mary hooks, welcome back to democracy now talk about mother's day and what you're doing. So we're excited to kick off our third annual black mothers day bell out to continue to highlight. The crisis of what's happening to black women who are stuffed in cages because they don't have money to pay their bail. We see that this growing movement is an indication that so many people want to see changes happen as relates to pretrial detention, and this opera to out people into collectivize resources in order to to it is also an indication that many people are saying that the solutions to the issues that are happening in our community actually within our communities. We've been able to do so much of the last two years together through the national belt collective and several organizations who have built political alignment around. What we mean when we say we want to in cash bell in pre job detention. So we wanna see a need space approach to. Ending cash bail unto mic. Sure that people can get back to court, and it continues to flow me the ways in which people continue to show up for this initiative. And yeah, we're looking to change policy, but we're also looking to change hearts and minds as we continue to move this process of billing mothers out and continuing to build the infrastructure. We need in our communities to get our people out of cages and support our people as they go through the court system. You've certainly kicked off a national movement. Reality television star Kim Kardashian west has reportedly help release seventeen people from prison in the last remains as part of a ninety days of freedom campaign Kardashian west quietly helped fund a team of female attorneys working to free first time, non violent drug offenders talk about the significance of this. And of course, Chem Kardashian as the of President Trump was in the White House. Well, I think as you stated Kim Kardashian has quietly done. This. And it's the media, however, that continues to draw attention to her, but I wanna take the time to shut out this, Cody miss Barnett who has been doing this work for years, and those are the two black women lawyers who have put a lot of sweat in the game in order to continue to free folk from cages and so shot out to Kim for continuing to cash in her white privilege to do what must be done for the sake of other folks liberation and efforts like that should continue to happen. And we should see other entertainers and celebrities get up undergraduates movements and the work. That's being led by black women queer insurance people to free up people talking about what happened in Durham, North Carolina. Yes. Dorm was engaged in a mother's day Bill out as well. And as we continue to people out because again, we have to do it must be done. We oftentimes see local policymakers judges excetera who continued to shell out small solutions to a very big problem endure right now there are judges who want to implement risk assessements. Wants to continue to use bail schedules. None of those things benefit our communities, and so part of our work is to agitate an escalate the crisis and so two comrades did yesterday and chain themselves to the gates of the jail was to say not today. Not today that these attacks are happening daily on our communities, and if we can intervene an interrupt of that violence, that's taken place than that. We're going to do. And so, you know, the brave comrades. They're all of those allies. Who did a sit in inside of the jail folks took to the street and shut down the street. Like, yes, we wanna out black mothers and continue to show love in that way. And we also show our love the resistance that we bring to the streets. And we bring to this issue to continue to push policymakers locally state wide nationally to continue to listen to what we have to say in really take the solutions in the community based solutions as we call for divestment from the courts, cops and. Cages and investment.

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"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Contest that's cash one hundred two hundred the officer was responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle thought to have been involved in a carjacking when he was shot as he got out of his cruiser officer was hit multiple times, including once in the neck. He was rushed to a local hospital. There's no word on the officer's condition. Other than he was undergoing surgery late last night deputies in Durham county say they found a body in a house after a barricade and a standoff police were called to a house on Tomahawk trail last night for a welfare check after being called about a possible murder. A man at barricaded himself in the home and it took five hours for deputies to. Get inside. The suspect was shot and take it into custody. And then police found the dead man inside the house random safety screenings will soon begin at schools across Charlotte. CMS officials rolled out more security measures yesterday. They include a few options on how the district will conduct. The searches. Those include a screening of every student screening select buildings and using gunpowder sniffing dogs. Video surveillance upgrades have been completed at nearly a dozen CMS schools. Another fifteen or set to be done this month. The CNBC says the suspected driver of a deadly hit and run yesterday has been caught officers. Tracked him down after analyzing debris and looking at video footage from the scene on central avenue in Charlotte. An elderly man was reportedly hit trying to cross the road around six o'clock. The suspect was charged with felony hit and run. Stay connected. Follow us on social media. Go to one oh, six one FM dot com to connect. The.

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"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Amounts to about fifty seven million dollars the light rail, plan would. Connect UNC hospitals in Chapel Hill to NCC you and Durham county Durham county says it's transit revenues are robust and sufficient to cover the Fifty-seven shortfall the total project is expected to cost some two point five billion the shortfall solution, will be presented to both counties boards of commissioners in advance of a project progress report due to the. Federal transit administration in early September. Robertson county position is going. To prison for over, prescribing opioids earlier this year fifty. One year old Donovan Dixon was found guilty of nearly two. Dozen counts related to unlawfully distributing Oxycontin he'd been selling prescriptions to people he never? Met for cash a new study says pollution is. Damaging our mental abilities Lisa Carter. Has more The study, says air, pollution is particularly tough on. The cognitive abilities, of, older, men researchers studied test. Scores have more than. Thirty, one. Thousand people in China who are. Exposed to air pollution, between twenty, ten and two thousand fourteen data showed both verbal and math scores fell as people were exposed to air pollution over short, and longer periods. Of time Lisa Carter reporting pope Francis says parents have gay children should not condemn their kids. Ignore their sexual, orientation are throw them out of the house Richard Jordan has more. On that the pope says parents should instead pray talk, with their. Children and try to understand them for instance spoke with reporters after a Catholic family rally in Ireland the pope said parents of young children who exhibit what he called worrisome traits might need to get psychiatric help he.

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North Carolina School District, Special Counsel and Andy discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

North Carolina School District, Special Counsel and Andy discussed on NPR News Now

"Feature uprising over education funding thousands of teachers in the state of rejected and offered six point two percent pay increase they plan to march on the state capital as the state legislature start its annual session today some teachers including terry mcken of durham county or not comfortable with that i have no problem teachers protesting has the right to do their has the right to do that but the fabu was done you know on the student's time is what really bothers me similar protests were recently staged by teachers in west virginia oklahoma and arizona more than three dozen north carolina school district are expected to be closed today president trump says the first lady melania trump is doing well trump made the comment after a second visit to walter reed medical center whereas wife is recovering from a kidney procedure white house officials say that mrs trump is expected to be released within a few days on asia market shares are mostly lower following down day on wall street this is npr news secretary of state mike pompeo has lifted a hiring freeze in his department winning praise from lawmakers on capitol hill npr's michelle kellerman reports at he'll be speaking to employs today at a town hall secretary pump ao is authorizing the department higher both in the us end overseas lifting a hiring freeze enacted by his predecessor rex tillerson state department spokesperson heather nauert puts it this way the secretary made the decision and sent out to note today announcing the end of the hiring freeze so were tremendously happy in the building as a result of that today senator chris murphy a democrat on the foreign relations committee is also applauding the move he describes the hiring freeze as a botched plan that reduced american influence overseas andy says he hopes secretary pump it was next move will be to fight for a larger budget michelle kellerman npr news the state department of oral judge in washington says the special counsel robert muller was working within his authority when he brought charge.

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"durham county" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A hundred stone men douglas highschool students are buzzing forty miles to florida's capital tuesday dirt lawmakers to act to prevent a repeat bhaskar the killed seventeen students and faculty last week in parkland meanwhile a guest in her dad's a 17yearold from park was his last week school shooting could have happened anywhere my go to deerfield us and others who and browett this geico's is willing opponents so not in any school we have you know there's always kids in our school that you make that make you think they use this ledwaba's kid could actually do it i'd your old student kimberly gonzalez says the families earner prayers hull that guy pay tax i hope that is a happy family north carolina judge dismissed criminal charges against two of three protesters charged with pulling down a confederate statue last year prosecutors opened the trials against three defendants by showing videos of the august protests last year which ended with a confederate statue in front of a durham county building toppling down the defense successfully argued investigators failed to prove the first two defendants were the people seen on that video the judge agreed dismissing the cases against them and finding a third defendant not guilty of conspiracy and defacing a public building demonstrations in north carolina a heated up last summer after a woman was killed during a counterprotest against a white nationalist rally in neighboring virginia i'm jackie quinn adventure supreme court has redrawn the state's congressional district at delic patrick majority court stepped in to redraw the boundaries after ruling that the original map drawn up by the gop controlled legislature gave republicans an unfair advantage the gop is expected to file a quick appeal if it stands the court drawn map is almost certain to improve democrats chances in the midterm elections lawmakers argue that legislatures governors have the constitutional authority to draw a congressional maps not the courts this is tunnel dot com oh he lit among us who don't ask for anything in return heroes selfless in giving the not always thanked so cave by the home.

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"durham county" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on KOIL

"Number one eight six six five five four six two six we have the charlotte in durham north carolina to join us a little charlotte i appreciate it this is a subject it is very near and dear to my heart and also really hits a raw nerve because i'm the mother of a multi learning disabled son and um where you don't want up the totem pole and age ob eighty in july and this on is now fifty six have uh um in the 80s when he into the late seventies that is exactly mid 70s um and on into the 80s when uh he was in school um he had already been to of school and durham county north carolina full multi learning disabled children we moved to charlotte there was nothing there for him uh i was told that the public school could handle it within six weeks they sent him home he went to a private school and came in south carolina that cost a good gillian dollars well this was tough to pay for and a friend told me hey you know what this constitution of state of north carolina guarantees every every child and education i took that constitution which raleigh north carolina and toes school board hey you know and part me this sort casted i said if you bless enough to be born blind in north carolina you gotta school for them if you're born deaf you go to school for them you don't have one for my child therefore you will send him to wherever he needs to go to school or i will have to file a lawsuit subsequently did they did that for a number of years that last year caused him out on twenty five thousand to go to um uh so um out what brought us out of philadelphia well all these parents damn began seeking me out and it was pitiful they wanted to know how could they get their child education paid for and i told him to take the constitution and.

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"durham county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On the traffic leader koa newsradio today mostly sunny much warmer a high around eighty six in denver we could see a couple of afternoon showers are storms one or two could be strong to the southeast the denver tonight down to 58 88 for your friday mostly sunny a beautiful day on the way ninety one on saturday with a few afternoon storms 90 on sunday same deal a couple of storms here and there eighty nine and mostly sunny by monday from cbs 4 meteorologist chris spears on koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm mostly clear and sunny seventy three now downtown now in colorado's morning news at nine thirty two so far very few details coming in but this coming to our koa news ra moments ago police in barcelona are on the scene of a massive crash a van ploughed into a crowd in the city centre several people have been hurt we don't yet know if the driver did this intentionally keep it right here on koa newsradio we'll have the latest on this developing story all morning long deadly weekend violence at the hands of white supremacists in virginia now turning into a national debate over what to do about confederate monuments around the country in north carolina four people are facing charges after they tore down a statue in front of the durham county courthouse loan trans says it won't stop the movement detarget some of us fatang down white supremacy you'll have to arrest as all get it he has that is the well of the community and down it is the well of communities across the south across the country that all of these symbols of white supremacy be taken down in birmingham alabama lawsuits being filed after that city's mayor covered a confederate statue a.

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"durham county" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Mike gallagher today i had an opportunity to visit with dan bongino he worked with the nypd for four years also was a secret service special agent he knows a thing or two about law enforcement dan's the author of the fight i wanted to get his perspective on what the police reaction should be over violent rallies such as the one in charlottesville or the violence of terry data statue like durham north carolina if you've missed my chat with dan bongino here it is that's welcome back to the mike gallagher show dan bongino hi dan have you been they might doing good about yourself i'm doing well just like i said there's no such thing a show prep anymore he just say okay it spreads day time to go to work you know if you allow letter at the old days and do it show prep the night before for a boarding shall be completely thrown out the window not too yeah but entirely new show just oprah you'd open your twitter feed that's all you got to do you got to do it's a it's a wild rollercoaster that we're we're on and i don't think it's going to get it easier let's dive in to your area of expertise for a moment i was surprised at the durham county sheriff mike andrews said that it was in they intentionally held back didn't get involved in this act of vandalism and destruction of property saying the people would have been hurt i hope they never take that position if somebody's riding outside the white house sure somebody's rioting outside a courthouse in america i mean that's it that seem to me dan seems to be kind of a peculiar law enforcement response i can't imagine in the secret service where crowd control of course was one of our in creating your priorities at the top of the pyramid i cannot imagine being at.

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"durham county" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Mike gallagher there is a fascinating press conference that you probably didn't see your you may not have seen unless you live in the durham area the durham county sheriff mike andrews address criticism about the lack of police responds for law enforcement response when this mob gathered around this confederate soldier statue and tore down young woman gets up on a ladder she climbs a ladder lucky shouldn't fall off the the statue killer self roh last showed the statue with a rope they tore the statue down then these protesters in in durham started kicking the statues spitting on it giving the given at the middle finger like it was some sort of uh you know double itself and the durham county sheriff insisted that the lack of police intervention was necessary he said the collectively we decided that restrain and public safety would be our priority so i'm trying to follow the logic of that and i wanted to turn to somebody who knows law enforcement quite well dan bongino worked with the new york police department for 1995 did ninety nine he was a secret service special agent he was assigned to a president george w bush in the presidential protection division he's the author of the fight a secret service agents inside account of security failings and the political mchugh let's welcome back to the mike gallagher showed dan bongino hi dan have you been hey might doing good about yourself i'm doing well just did like i said to start the hour there's no such thing is show prep anymore we just say okay it's wednesday kind to go to work you know if uh if the old days a good show prep the night before for a border it completely thrown out the window to you have an entirely new show just oprah your open your twitter feed that's all you got to do you got to do it's a it's a wild rollercoaster the word we're on and i don't think it's going to get any easier let's dive then to your area of expertise for a moment i was surprised at the durham county sheriff mike andrew same that it was in they intentionally held back didn't get involved in this act of vandalism and destruction of property saying the.

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"durham county" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on KELO

"Why weren't host group separated and why weren't police in between these groups even the aclu members of the aclu who were there in charlottesville say the police were nowhere to be seen they have to stand down they were again i am not criticising the rank and file members of police who are good men and women i'm talking about the whether it's a inau in know a highranking police officials or politicians in this case mayors who give them orders to do that thing and they stand by that's what happened in charlottesville now we saw it happen again yesterday in durham county north carolina we've seen the video the protesters pulling down the statue in front of the old durham county court else there is a group that gathers the police were there and i'm not talking about a small group of done but large group of people gathered dozens and dozens of people crowd throws a rope around the statue people take hold polls statue comes down people come running out begin taking on the statue and i'm thinking where in the hell is law enforcement where is law enforcement we just got news to the last eight years law enforcement is not going to do their jobs i mean i sat there stunt if that now if that happened in i think most places in the country if it happened in this community law i i've got a hope i what my belief is police would respond that would not be tolerated it would not be allowed to transpire how is it that these people can't engage in sheer lawlessness while the officials who are charged with protecting.

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"durham county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Folks in charlottesville held a protest screaming and chanting and ranting about not tolerating nazis and white supremacist had got out of hand and they tore down a confederate statue and the at the durham county courthouse that's none okay now there's a political process in a nation of laws that has to go be got to go through it i don't care if you don't like it look how long it took they get the confederate flag off the capital in south carolina nikki haley which has governor finally stood up and said it's going to happen so the fact that you don't like that there are hundreds if not thousands of confederate statues across the south the fact that you don't agree with those bush and by the way i don't either it doesn't matter you cannot go around destroying public property now and you blown opportunity to have the public discussion about why that public property should be removed so shame on them you're right you're and then you know what when that happens you get the message gets lost everybody has the right to the first amendment free speech the right to assemble that you do so it peacefully and you don't disrupt public or traffic or public property like when people who were trying to take the lights off the christmas tree or hang things on the al he can't do that no kidding are not your property is public property and there's a political process that you have to go through that is a pain in the ass but you have to go through it six twenty one one was suit traffic and over to the big stubby a big top six at six and then we'll do the big story that was a weak attempt to cover my mistake on the top six than the big story okay mary of the program i got it right thank capping spencer by death men plus care antiprice sprint first out still at an investigation going on sixty third in south prayer involving exit tack higher end a ups tract where in that on the edens now delay self alpine kennedy slow into negeile inbound on the eisenhower about forty from fifty three 26 from mannheim outbound on fifty five and the ramp to westbound at eighty car in the ditch their inbound from the tristate thirty four minutes inbound ryan eighteen from 95th bishop ford's fifty seven our clear along with the tell ace did you hear that ninety one percent of guys is dedmon men plus care antiprice pet recommended doubt men plus scare use your body said he doesn't know.

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"durham county" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Because that what the chapel hill the we were the daily target jio you have to remember the the lynchmob mentality that was out there at the time all these professors at duke university signed a full page ad that appeared of the do chronicle saying basically that there was no need for any due process for these people but they were obviously were row white kids and they were arrived reach kids i don't think there were all rich gets probably a couple of more scholarship watt of them for scholarship and and so they they were athletes so therefore they were guilty and we didn't need to have any kind of uh uh y you know wide due process they they didn't have any yao rights under the fourth amendment or the fifth amendment there was not the need for russia evidence just just will just throw him in jail immediately and of course the irony was that the only one to win that up in jail was the district attorney of durham county because he was a he was it withholding excult pretoria evidence against these people they didn't even put in the stripper they did even send the stripper to jail but this guy this guy stephen miller i mean he's he's had a lot more experience going up against the powersthatbe than the gemma cost a jamaa cost is one of these guys who sucks up to the powersthatbe like like a a john harwood type you know already any of the acres or any of the uh idi of the reporters for the washington post or robert new york times the the the the old maxim for rod journalists mainly for newspaperman but all journalists i guess you could say was you know you will you you comfort you afflict the comfortable and you comfort the afflicted with people like a kosta it's comforting comfortable and afflicting the afflicted and that's that's all there is to it so this is the whole thing about the statue of liberty a costly has no idea what the statue of liberty is all about as he proved quickly and that's the that's what led to the cosmopolitan reference by us steve mella who ahead cut one well first of all right now is the requirement that if he naturalized yet speak english so the notion that speaking english would have you.

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"durham county" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The journal say they started serving election officials and nearly every state in the country to start asking these questions they've now started to report out their findings and here's what they report out of the north carolina quote the north carolina state board of elections investigations unit is led by a former fbi agent there investigating the report of attempts to compromise v r systems inc a florida firm whose electron a poll book software was used on election day in 21 of north carolina's one hundred counties quote the software deals with checking voters in not with counting their votes quote but on election day last year that system failed in durham county north carolina and durham county north carolina holds the state's most reliably democratic voters that forced the county issued ballots by hand meeting longer lines and delays factors that can often depress turnout so we get this was not an attack on the way you count the votes but it may have been an attack on the most democratic county in the state where hillary clinton was going to get her biggest margins on election night in north carolina and for whatever reason things didn't go wrong in that county on election night when it came to their poll book software welcome to the election hq on election night on tissue chapelle daniels we'll be here all night watching the big races all air for the news at this hour eight durham precincts extending voting our some as little as fifteen minutes others extending a full hour to eight thirty this comes after several precincts have problems with the voting chicken system the computers didn't work right so they went to paper books.

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"durham county" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"durham county" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The journal say they started serving election officials and nearly every state in the country to start asking these questions they've now started to report out their findings and here's what they report out of the north carolina quote the north carolina state board of elections investigations unit is led by a former fbi agent there investigating the report of attempts to compromise v r systems inc a florida firm whose electron a poll book software was used on election day in 21 of north carolina's one hundred counties quote the software deals with checking voters in not with counting their votes quote but on election day last year that system failed in durham county north carolina and durham county north carolina holds the state's most reliably democratic voters that forced the county issued ballots by hand meeting longer lines and delays factors that can often depress turnout so we get this was not an attack on the way you count the votes but it may have been an attack on the most democratic county in the state where hillary clinton was going to get her biggest margins on election night in north carolina and for whatever reason things didn't go wrong in that county on election night when it came to their poll book software welcome to the election hq on election night on tissue chapelle daniels we'll be here all night watching the big races all air for the news at this hour eight durham precincts extending voting our some as little as fifteen minutes others extending a full hour to eight thirty this comes after several precincts have problems with the voting chicken system the computers didn't work right so they went to paper books.

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